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Weitere Publikationen: Gabriel Felbermayr (24 Treffer)

Review of International Economics, 2023, 31, (5), S.1571-1893
Leading theories suggest that amongst continuing exporters, lower variable trade costs should boost exports of smaller firms by the same or greater percentage rate than larger firms. However, investigating the impact of the deep EU-South Korea FTA with French customs data, we find robust evidence to the contrary. Applying a triple-difference framework, we report that the FTA increased sales in the top quartile of continuous exporters by 71.5 percent points more than in the bottom quartile. More than 90 percent of that growth premium is driven by reductions in NTBs. These findings suggest an additional channel driving the distributional effects of FTAs.
Constantinos Syropoulos, Gabriel Felbermayr, Aleksandra Kirilakha, Erdal Yalcin, Yoto V. Yotov
Review of International Economics, 2023, (2023), https://doi.org/10.1111/roie.12691
This paper introduces the third update or release of the Global Sanctions Data Base (GSDB-R3). The GSDB-R3 extends the period of coverage from 1950-2019 to 1950-2022, which includes two special periods – COVID-19 and the new sanctions against Russia. This update of the GSDB contains a total of 1,325 cases. In response to multiple inquiries and requests, the GSDB-R3 has been amended with a new variable that distinguishes between unilateral and multilateral sanctions. As before, the GSDB comes in two versions, case-specific and dyadic, which are freely available upon request at GSDB@drexel.edu. To highlight one of the new features of the GSDB, we estimate the heterogeneous effects of unilateral and multilateral sanctions on trade. We also obtain estimates of the effects on trade of the 2014 sanctions on Russia.
International Tax and Public Finance, 2022, 29, S.1075-1097, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10797-021-09713-x
Journal of International Economics, 2022, 138, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jinteco.2022.103647
Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 2022, 158, (2022), S.401-465, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10290-021-00436-z
Gabriel Felbermayr, Jasmin Gröschl, Marc Sanders, Vincent Schippers, Thomas Steinwachs