Thomas J. Prusa
Professor of Economics
Recent Updates / Items of Interest
"The Contribution of the Japanese-Branded Automotive Industry to the United States Economy: 2012 Update," October 2013, working paper.
"Antidumping and the Death of Trade," (joint with
Tibor Besedes) October 2013, NBER working paper 19555.
"China – Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties on Grain Oriented Flat-rolled Electrical Steel from the United States," (joint with
Edwin Vermulst) 2013, working paper.
"The Problem of Double Remedies in International Trade Disputes and the Economics of Pass-Through," (joint with James P. Durling), Journal of International and Comparative Law (2013) 21: 513-44.
"United States – Use of Zeroing in
Anti-Dumping Measures involving Products from Korea: It’s
déjà vu all over again," (joint with
Luca Rubini) World Trade Review (2013), 409-25.
"United States – Anti-Dumping and
Countervailing Duties on Certain Products from China:
Passing the Buck on Pass-Through," (joint with Edwin
Vermulst), World Trade Review (2013), 197-234.
"United States – Antidumping
Measures on Polyethylene Retail Carrier Bags from Thailand:
A Cat in the Bag," (joint with Edwin Vermulst), World
Trade Review (2012), 257-72.
"Protection Reduction and
Diversion: PTAs and the Incidence of Antidumping Disputes,"
(joint with Robert Teh), NBER working paper No. 16276,
"U.S. Antidumping: Much Ado about
Zeroing" (joint with Chad P. Bown), in
Aaditya Mattoo and William J. Martin (eds.), Waiting on
Doha (Washington, DC: The World Bank), 2011, 355-92.