Mary E. Lovely
Maxwell Professor of Teaching Excellence
Melvin A. Eggers Economics Faculty Scholar
Peterson Institute for International Economics Visiting Fellow, 2017-2018
Ph.D., University of Michigan
International trade and investment, China's trade and sustainable development
Competition from and Offshoring to Low-Income Countries: Implications for
Employment and Wages at US Domestic Manufacturers,” (with Fariha Kamal),
Journal of Asian Economics, forthcoming.
“The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Perspectives
from China,” (with Dimitar Gueorguiev), in Jagdish N. Bhagwati, Pravin Krishna,
and Arvind Panagariya (eds.), The World Trade System, The MIT Press,
“A View through the Trade Window: North Korean Exports as an Indicator of Economic Capabilities,” (with Ran Jing), The World Economy, 38(1): 1-20, 2015.
"Labor Allocation in China: Private Ownership Forms and Implicit Subsidies," (with Fariha Kamal), CESifo Economic Studies , 59(4): 731-758, 2013.
"Does Final Market Demand Elasticity Influence the Location of Export Processing? Evidence from Multinational Decisions in China," (with Xuepeng Liu and Jan Ondrich), The World Economy, 36(5): 509-536, 2013.
"Trade, Technology and the Environment: Does Access to Technology Promote Environmental Regulation?" (with David Popp), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management , 61: 16-35, 2011.
"The Location Decisions of Foreign Investors in China: Untangling the Effects of Wages Using a Control Function Approach" (with Xuepeng Liu and Jan Ondrich), The Review of Economics and Statistics , 92(1), 2010.
International Trade and Investment
China's Trade and Sustainable Development