Microeconometric Studies Of Firms' Imports And Exports: Advanced Methods Of Analysis And Evidence From German Enterprises

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Microeconometric Studies of Firms' Imports and Exports spans twenty-four papers with a focus on four topics: applications of advanced microeconometric methods for cross-section and panel data of internationally active firms; cross-country studies using comparable data for firms; studies of exports by business services firms; and new evidence on German firms' trade in goods from transaction data. Les mer
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Microeconometric Studies of Firms' Imports and Exports spans twenty-four papers with a focus on four topics: applications of advanced microeconometric methods for cross-section and panel data of internationally active firms; cross-country studies using comparable data for firms; studies of exports by business services firms; and new evidence on German firms' trade in goods from transaction data.Some of these papers are 'classic' empirical studies that helped to shape the field of microeconometrics in international trade and are widely cited. The two final papers are hitherto unpublished and include new material. Applications focus on Germany, the third-largest exporter and importer of goods in the world.

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Applications of Advanced Econometric Methods - Introduction: New Methods for the Analysis of Links between International Firm Activities and - Firm Performance: A Practitioner's Guide (Joachim Wagner); A Note on the Firm-Size - Export Relationship (Joachim Wagner); Exports and Firm Characteristics - First Evidence from Fractional Probit Panel Estimates (Joachim Wagner); The Causal Effects of Exports on Firm Size and Labor Productivity: First Evidence from a Matching Approach (Joachim Wagner); Exports and Productivity Growth: First Evidence from a Continuous Treatment Approach (Helmut Fryges and Joachim Wagner); Productivity Premia for German Manufacturing Firms Exporting to the Euro-Area and Beyond: First Evidence from Robust Fixed Effects Estimations (Vincenzo Verardi and Joachim Wagner); Export Intensity and Plant Characteristics: What Can We Learn from Quantile Regression? (Joachim Wagner); The Exporter Productivity Premium Along the Productivity Distribution: Evidence from Quantile Regression with Nonadditive Firm Fixed Effects (David Powell and Joachim Wagner); Cross-Country Studies in Firms' International Trade - Introduction: Understanding Cross-Country Differences in Exporter Premia: Comparable Evidence for 14 Countries (International Study Group on Exports and Productivity (ISGEP)); Firm Age and the Margins of International Trade: Comparable Evidence from Five European Countries (Joachim Wagner); Exports, R&D and Productivity: A Test of the Bustos-Model with Enterprise Data from France, Italy and Spain (Joachim Wagner); Do Outliers and Unobserved Heterogeneity Explain the Exporter Productivity Premium?: Evidence from France, Germany and the United Kingdoms (Joachim Wagner and Yama Temouri); Studies on Exports by Business Services Firms - Introduction: Robust Estimates of Exporter Productivity Premia in German Business Services Enterprises (Alexander Vogel and Joachim Wagner); The Impact of R&D Activities on Exports of German Business Services Enterprises: First Evidence from a Continuous Treatment Approach (Helmut Fryges, Alexander Vogel and Joachim Wagner); Exports, R&D and Productivity in German Business Services Firms: A Test of the Bustos Model (Alexander Vogel and Joachim Wagner); Exports, Foreign Direct Investments and Productivity: Are Services Firms Different?(Joachim Wagner); New Evidence on German Firms' Trade in Goods from Transaction Data: Germany's Trade in Goods: A Survey of the Evidence from Transaction Data (Joachim Wagner); Intra-good Trade in Germany: A First Look at the Evidence (Joachim Wagner); Temporary Exports and Characteristics of Destination: First Evidence from German Transaction Data (Joachim Wagner); Multiple Import-Sourcing: First Evidence for German Enterprises from Manufacturing Industries (Joachim Wagner); Time Zones and German Exports: First Evidence from Firm-Product Level Data (Joachim Wagner); Does it Pay to be Active on Many Foreign Markets? Profitability in German Multi-Market Exporters and Importers from Manufacturing Industries (Joachim Wagner); Effects of Chinese Anti-Dumping Duties on Germany's Exports: First Evidence from Transaction Data (Joachim Wagner); Export Scope and Characteristics of Destination Countries: First Evidence from German Transaction Data (Joachim Wagner);

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Joachim Wagner studied economics at the University of Hannover, Germany where he received his Diploma in 1979, his Doctoral degree in 1984, and his Habilitation in 1990. Since 1993 he has been Professor of Economics at Leuphana University Luneburg, Germany. His main areas of research are international firm activities and applied microeconometrics. He is an editor of the Journal of Economics and Statistics and the founding editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Re-Views in Empirical Economics. Joachim Wagner is a research fellow at IZA (Bonn, Germany). He published widely in international journals such as Journal of International Economics, The World Economy and Review of World Economics. His book publications include Microeconometrics of International Trade (2016) and International Trade in Goods - Evidence from Transaction Data (2019), both published by World Scientific Publishing.