Thomas J. Prusa
Professor of Economics
Recent Updates / Items of Interest
"Dumping and Antidumping Duties" (joint with
Bruce A. Blonigen) 2015, NBER working paper No. 21573.
Forthcoming in Kyle W. Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger (eds.), Handbook of Commercial Policy. 2016.
"China – Autos: Haven't We Danced This Dance Before?" (joint with
Andrew Mitchell) 2015, working paper.
"The Contribution of the Japanese-Branded Automotive Industry to the United States Economy: 2013 Update," August 2014, working paper.
"The Contribution of the Japanese-Branded Automotive Industry to the United States Economy: 2012 Update," October 2013, working paper.
"China – Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty Measures on Broiler Products from the United States: How the chickens came home to roost," (joint with
Edwin Vermulst) World Trade Review 14(2) 2015: 287-335.
"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: Exporting US AD/CVD Methodologies through WTO Dispute Settlement?" (joint with
Edwin Vermulst) World Trade Review 13(2) 2014: 229-266.
"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.