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Ann Harrison

Professor of Management

Research Interests: international trade, foreign investment, and economic development

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  • Avraham Ebenstein, Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan, Shannon Phillips (2013), Why Are American Workers Getting Poorer? Estimating the Impact of Trade and Offshoring Using the CPS, National Bureau of Economic Research    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison (2012), Industrial Policy and Development: The Political Economy of Capabilities Accumulation, Journal of Economic Literature, L.    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, Leslie Martin, Shanti Nataraj (2012), Learning versus Stealing: How important are Market-Share Reallocations to India’s Productivity Growth?, The World Bank Economic Review, (forthcoming).    Abstract
  • Mona Haddad, Ann Harrison, Catherine Hausman (2011), An Anatomy of the Great Trade Collapse, Managing Openness, (forthcoming).  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2011), Offshoring Jobs? Multinationals and U.S. Manufacturing Employment, The Review of Economics and Statistics    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison, John McLaren, Margaret McMillan (2011), Trade and Inequality, Annual Review of Economics  
  • Ann Harrison, Claudia Sepúlveda (2011), Learning from Developing Country Experience: Growth and Economic Thought Before and After the 2008-2009 Crisis, Comparative Economic Studies, Forthcoming.  
  • Luosha Du, Ann Harrison, Gary Jefferson (2011), Testing for Horizontal and Vertical Foreign Investment Spillovers in China, 1998-2007, Journal of Asian Economics  
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2010), Multinationals and Anti-Sweatshop Activism, American Economics Review, 100(1): 247-73.  
  • Ann Harrison, Andrés Rodríguez-Clare (2010), Trade, Foreign Investment, and Industrial Policy for Developing Countries, Handbook of Development Economics, Vol 5: 4039-4214.  
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2009), Do Foreign-Owned Firms Pay More? Evidence from the Indonesian Manufacturing Sector, Labour Markets and Development  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan, Clair Null (2007), U.S. Multinational Activity Abroad and U.S. Jobs: Substitutes or Complements?, Industrial Relations, Vol. 45(2): 347-365.  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2007), Outlining a Research Agenda on the Links between Globalization and Poverty, Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 5(1): 123-134.  
  • Emma Aisbett, Ann Harrison, Alix Peterson Zwane (2007), Globalization and Poverty: What is the Evidence,, Trade, Globalization, and Poverty  
  • Gordon Hanson, Ann Harrison (2007), Trade Liberalization and Wage Inequality in Mexico, The WTO and Poverty and Inequality  
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2006), Improving the Condition of Workers? Minimum Wage Legislation and Anti-Sweatshop Activism, California Management Review, Vol. 48(2): 144-160.  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2006), Dispelling Some Myths about Offshoring, Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol. 20(4): 6-22.  
  • Ann Harrison, Helena Tang (2005), Liberalization of Trade: Why so much Controversy?, Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform  
  • Ann Bartel, Ann Harrison (2005), Ownership versus Environment: Disentangling the Sources of Public Sector Inefficiency, Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(1): 135-147.  
  • Ann Harrison, Jason Scorse (2004), Globalization’s Impact on Compliance with Labor Standards, Brookings Trade Forum 2003  
  • Ann Harrison, Inessa Love, Margaret McMillan (2004), Global capital flows and financing constraints, Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 75: 269-301.  
  • Ann Harrison, Margaret McMillan (2003), Does direct foreign investment affect domestic credit constraints?, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 61(1): 73-100.  
  • Gunnar Eskeland, Ann Harrison (2003), Moving to greener pastures? Multinationals and the pollution haven hypothesis, Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 70(1): 1-23.  
  • Brian Aitken, Ann Harrison (1999), Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Direct Foreign Investment? Evidence from Venezuela, American Economic Review, 89(3): 605-618.  
  • Ann Harrison, Gordon Hanson (1999), Who gains from trade reform? Some remaining puzzles, Journal of Development Economics, 59: 125-154.  
  • Janet Currie, Ann Harrison (1997), Sharing the Costs: The Impact of Trade Reform on Capital and Labor in Morocco, Journal of Labor Economics, 15 (2).    Abstract
  • Ann Harrison (1994), Productivity, imperfect competition and trade reform, Journal of International Economics, 36, 53 - 73.    Abstract