Jayjit Roy Ph.D.

There are 5 included publications by Jayjit Roy Ph.D.:

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Do Customs Union Members Engage in More Bilateral Trade than Free-Trade Agreement Members? 2010 905 This paper provides the first empirical analysis directly comparing the effects of customs unions (CUs) and free-trade agreements (FTAs) on members’ bilateral trade, while addressing the biases arising from loglinearization of the gravity model and c...
Empirical Tests Of The Pollution Haven Hypothesis When Environmental Regulation Is Endogenous 2015 331 The pollution haven hypothesis (PHH) posits that production within polluting industries will shift to locations with lax environmental regulation. While straightforward, the existing empirical literature is inconclusive owing to two shortcomings. Fir...
Energy Efficiency And Exporting: Evidence From Firm-Level Data 2015 267 While exporting firms and non-exporters have been compared across several dimensions, empirical comparisons on the basis of environmental performance are relatively few. Moreover, analyzing the environmental implications of firm-level exports is not ...
Is the WTO mystery really solved? 2011 820 The WTO’s impact on bilateral trade remains puzzling due, in part, to previous studies’ failure to simultaneously address three issues: inclusion of zero trade, proper controls for multilateral resistance, and proper membership definition. Addressing...
Multilateral Environmental Agreements And The WTO 2015 544 Addressing many environmental problems requires international cooperation. However, rules under the World Trade Organization (WTO) may deter participation in multilateral environmental agreements. Using a partial identification approach, we obtain st...