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Corinne M. Krupp

Professor of the Practice in the Sanford School of Public Policy
Sanford School of Public Policy
Box 90312, Durham, NC 27708-0312
178 Rubenstein Hall, 302 Towerview Road, Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications


Evidence on the Upstream and Downstream Impacts of Antidumping Cases

Journal Article North American Journal of Economics and Finance · 2002 Cite

Strategic flexibility and exchange rate uncertainty

Journal Article Canadian Journal of Economics · 1996 We examine the implications of exchange rate swings in international markets, paying particular attention to the importance of firm flexibility. We use the term flexibility to refer to the ease with which firms can respond to exchange rate swings. There ar ... Cite

Market responses to antidumping laws: Some evidence from the U.S. chemical industry

Journal Article Canadian Journal of Economics · 1996 In this paper we provide empirical evidence of the effects of the U.S. antidumping law using monthly product-specific microeconomic data from the U.S. chemical industry over the 1976-88 period. We analyse import responses, highlighting the differences betw ... Cite

Antidumping Laws and NAFTA: What Can We Expect?

Journal Article Policy Choices: Framing the Debate for Michigan's Future · 1996 Cite

Antidumping Cases and the U.S. Chemical Industry: A Panel Data Approach

Journal Article Journal of Industrial Economics · September 1994 Cite

A Shot Across the Bow: A First Test of the Korean Antidumping Law

Journal Article Journal of World Trade · June 1992 Cite

Physical Infrastructure Investment

Book Physical Infrastructure Development addresses the key challenges of balancing economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental protection in the development of major physical infrastructure, ranging from transport to energy. The contributions, refle ... Cite