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  1. Gender bias in the Erasmus network of universities
  2. The impact of immigration on the internal mobility of natives and foreign-born residents: evidence from Italy
  3. Immigrant entrepreneurs, diasporas, and exports
  4. Distance-varying assortativity and clustering of the international trade network–ADDENDUM
  5. Distance-varying assortativity and clustering of the international trade network
  6. The impact of trade costs on the European Regional Trade Network: An empirical and theoretical analysis
  7. Propensity score matching with network data
  8. An Investigation of Interregional Trade Network Structures
  9. Examining the literature on “Networks in Space and in Time.” An introduction
  10. Schools of Thought and Economists’ Opinions on Economic Policy
  11. Network Analysis of World Trade using the BACI-CEPII Dataset
  12. On the pro-trade effects of immigrants
  13. Can we really trust offshoring indices?
  14. The World Trade Network
  15. Introduction
  16. The Trade Impact of European Union Preferential Policies
  17. The Gravity Model in International Trade
  18. Overall trade specialization and economic development: countries diversify
  19. Regional unemployment and productivity in Europe*
  20. Similarity in trade structures, integration and catching-up
  21. Semiparametric analysis of the specialization-income relationship
  22. Economic integration and similarity in trade structures
  23. Openness, similarity in export composition, and income dynamics
  24. Economic Integration and Similarity in Trade Structures
  25. Three Decades of Italian Comparative Advantages
  26. Overall Specialization Empirics: Techniques and Applications
  27. Regional Unemployment and Productivity in Europe and the US
  28. Trade Potentials in Gravity Panel Data Models
  29. Economic Integration, Similarity and Convergence in the EU and CEECS Trade Structures
  30. Three Decades of Italian Comparative Advantages
  31. A Note on the Balassa Index of Revealed Comparative Advantage
  32. Cumulative Causation, Harrod’s Trade Multiplier, and Kaldor’s Paradox: The Foundations of Post-Keynesian Theory of Growth Differentials
  33. EC Enlargement to Eastern Europe: Community and National Incentives and Sectoral Resistances
  34. Italian Comparative Advantages, Persistence and Change in Overall Specialization