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Raymond G. Riezman

Department of Economics
Henry B. Tippie College of Business
W360 PBB
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242-1000

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Institutional Affiliation: University of Iowa

NBER Working Papers and Publications

November 2019Innovation, Growth, and Dynamic Gains from Trade
with Wen-Tai Hsu, Ping Wang: w26470
Trade Wars, Technology and Productivity
with Ching-mu Chen, Wan-Jung Cheng, Shin-Kun Peng, Ping Wang: w26468
February 2009International Trade and the Negotiability of Global Climate Change Agreements
with Yuezhou Cai, John Whalley: w14711

Published: Economic Modelling Volume 33, July 2013, Pages 421–427 Cover image International trade and the negotiability of global climate change agreements ☆ Yuezhou Caia, Raymond Riezmanb, c, John Whalleyd, e citation courtesy of

October 2005Minorities and Storable Votes
with Alessandra Casella, Thomas Palfrey: w11674

Published: Casella, Alessandra & Palfrey, Thomas & Riezman, Raymond, 2008. "Minorities and Storable Votes," International Quarterly Journal of Political Science, now publishers, vol. 3(2), pages 165-200, July. citation courtesy of

May 2001How Often Are Propositions on the Effects of Customs Unions Theoretical Curiosa and When Should They Guide Policy?
with Lisandro Abrego, John Whalley: w8304

Published: Abrego, Lisandro, Raymond Riezman and John Whalley. "How Often Are Propositions On The Effects Of Regional Trade Agreements Theoretical Curiosa?," Journal of International Economics, 2006, v68(1,Jan), 59-78.

March 2001How Reasonable Are Assumptions Used in Theoretical Models?: Computational Evidence on the Likelihood of Trade Pattern Changes
with Lisandro Abrego, John Whalley: w8169

Published: Abrego, Lisandro, Raymond Riezman and John Whalley. “How Reasonable are Assumptions Used in Theoretical Models? Computational Evidence on the Likelihood of Trade Pattern Changes." Canadian Journal of Economics 39, 3 (August 2006): 781-789.

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