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Steve Matusz

Professor
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Address: 220B Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.353.8719
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: matusz@msu.edu

Curriculum Vitae


  • Labor market effects of international trade
  • Labor market adjustment to trade liberalization
  • The consequences of different labor market institutions for international trade
  • International Trade With Equilibrium Unemployment (with Carl Davidson), Princeton University Press, 2010.
  • Globalization and Firm Level Adjustment with Imperfect Labor Markets, (with C. Davidson and A. Shevchenko) Journal of International Economics, July 2008: 295-309.
  • Trade Liberalization and Compensation, (with C. Davidson). International Economic Review, August 2006: 723 - 747.
  • International Trade, the Division of Labor, and Unemployment, International Economic Review, February 1996: 71-84.
  • The Heckscher Ohlin Samuelson Model with Implicit Contracts, Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 1985: 1313 1329. Reprinted in Paul Samuelson: Critical Assessments, J. C. Wood and R. N. Woods, eds., Routledge, 1988.
  • Globalization and Imperfect Labor Market Sorting (with Carl Davidson, Susan Zhu, Fredrik Sjoholm, and Fredrik Heyman)

 
Michigan State University Department of Economics