Nina Pavcnik

Niehaus Family Professor in International Studies

My research interests are at the intersection of international trade, development, and industrial organization.  My research examines how households, workers, and firms respond to globalization. My current research projects investigate the consequences of large-scale trade policy reforms for economic growth and inequality.

Curriculum Vitae
HB 6106
Dickey Center
B.A. Yale University
Ph.D. Princeton University

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Selected Publications

"Variety In, Variety Out: Imported Input and Product Scope Expansion in India," (with P. Goldberg and A. Khandelwal), in Reforms and Economic Transformation in India, pp. 168‐199, Oxford University Press 2012.

Globalization and Within-country Inequality, in Making globalization socially sustainable, WTO/ILO, 2011.

Imported Intermediate Inputs and Domestic Product Growth: Evidence from India, (with P. Goldberg, A. Khandelwal, and P. Topalova), Quarterly Journal of Economics 125(4) 2010, pp. 1727-1767.

Multi-product Firms and Product Turnover in the Developing World: Evidence from India (with P. Goldberg, A. Khandelwal, and P. Topalova), Review of Economics and Statistics, 92 (4) 2010, pp. 1042-1049.

Trade Adjustment and Human Capital Investment: Evidence from Indian Tariff Reform, (with E. Edmonds and P. Topalova), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2010, 2(4), pp. 42-75.

Child labor and schooling in a globalizing world: Some evidence from urban India, (with E. Edmonds and P. Topalova). Journal of European Economic Association, Papers and Proceedings 2009, 7 (2-3), pp. 498-507

Trade Liberalization and New Imported Inputs, (with P. Goldberg, A. Khandelwal, and P. Topalova), American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 99(2) 2009, pp. 494-500.

Works in Progress

Prices, Markups and Trade Reform

Export Markets and Labor Reallocation in a Poor Country