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Carl Davidson

Professor of Economics; Adjunct Professor, Management Department
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin

Address: 305D Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.355.7756
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: davidso4@msu.edu
Web: http://carldavidsonmsu.weebly.com/

Curriculum Vitae

  • International trade and labor market outcomes
  • Models of unemployment
  • Collusive behavior, horizontal mergers
  • A simple model of globalization, schooling and skill acquisition, European Economic Review 71, October 2014: 209-27 (with Nick Sly)
  • Globalization and imperfect labor market sorting, Journal of International Economics 94(2), Nov. 2014: 177-94 (with Fredrik Heyman, Steven Matusz, Fredrik Sjoholm, and Susan Zhu)
  • International Trade and Equilibrium Unemployment, Princeton University Press, 2010 (with Steven Matusz)
  • Information sharing in union-firm relationships, International Economic Review 49(4), November 2008: 1331-63 (with Anthony Creane)
  • Globalization and firm level adjustment with imperfect labor markets, Journal of International Economics 75(2), July 2008: 295-309 (with Steven Matusz and Andrei Shevchenko)

Please see the faculty member's web site for a copy of the paper in pdf format.

  • The Trade-Offs from Pattern Bargaining with Uncertain Production Costs
  • A Behavioral Model of Unemployment, Fairness and the Political Economy of Trade Policy
  • The Optimal Fine for Risk Neutral Offenders: A New Approach to the Becker Conundrum

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Michigan State University Department of Economics