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Brainard, L.
Brainard, Lael
Brainard, S. L.
Brainard, S. Lael
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born 1962
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Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.)
Chollet, Derek H.
Cutler, David M.
Jones, Abigail (1983-..)
Martimort, David
Martinez-Diaz, Leonardo (1976- ))
Purvis, Nigel
Riker, David A.
Verdier, Thierry
Titles: 
Are U.S. multinationals exporting U.S. jobs?
Brazil as an economic superpower? : understanding Brazil's changing role in the global economy
Climate change and global poverty a billion lives in the balance?
Compassionate Conservatism Confronts Global Poverty
empirical assessment of the factor proportions explanation of multinational sales, An
empirical assessment of the proximity-concentration tradeoff between multinational sales and trade, An
Global development 2.0 can philanthropists, the public, and the poor make poverty history?
Last one out wins : trade policy in an international exit game
offshoring white collar work
other war, 2003:, The
other war: global poverty and the millennium challenge corporation, the
other war, The : global poverty and the Millennium Challenge Account
political economy of declining industries, The : senescent industry collapse revisited
Protecting losers : optimal diversification, insurance and trade policy
Sectoral shifts and cyclical unemployment reconsidered
Sectoral shifts and unemployment in interwar Britain, 1992:
Security by other means foreign assistance, global poverty and American leadership
simple theory of multinational corporations and trade with a trade-off between proximity and concentration, A
Strategic trade policy with incompletely informed policymakers
Too poor for peace? global poverty, conflict, and security in the 21st century
Transforming the development landscape : the role of the private sector
U.S. multinationals and competition from low wage countries
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