Aksel Erbahar is an Associate Professor at the Erasmus School of Economics. He holds a PhD in International Economics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), and a Master of Science in Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE). Prior to his PhD, he worked at the Development Economics Research, Trade and International Integration (DECTI) unit of the World Bank in Washington DC. His research is on international trade, with particular focus on trade policy, global value chains, and political economy.
List of publications
Erbahar, A. and Rebeyrol, V. (2023). Trade Intermediation by Producers Journal of International Economics, 140:.
Erbahar, A. (2021). Correction to: Two worlds apart? Export demand shocks and domestic sales (Review of World Economics, (2020), 156, 2, (313-342), 10.1007/s10290-019-00364-z) Review of World Economics, 157(2):451.
Bown, ChadP., Erbahar, A.(. and Zanardi, M. (2021). Global Value Chains and the Removal of Trade Protection European Economic Review, 140:.
Erbahar, A. (2019). Two Worlds Apart? Export Demand Shocks and Domestic Sales Review of World Economics, :.
Erbahar, A. (2018). Market Knowledge: Evidence from Importers The World Economy, :1--42.
Erbahar, A. and Zi, Y. (2017). Cascading Trade Protection: Evidence from the US Journal of International Economics, 108:274--299.
Puccio, L. and Erbahar, A. (2016). Circumvention of Anti-dumping: A Law and Economics Analysis of Proportionality in EU Rules Journal of World Trade, 50(3):391--416.