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Upcoming research in Washington

On Trade Remedy It took a while after dissertation defense to plan out a firm book proposal and agenda. A couple of meetings were held with book publishers in order to figure out what they were looking for and how I could contribute. In the course of a year, after comments from several job talks […]

Whose Ox is Gored?

WHOSE OX IS GORED? “Overall, whose ox is gored?” is the main question¬†Professor Gregory Noble raised during his comments in the Social Science Dissertation Workshop last week which was held at the Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo (we also call it Shaken Seminar). “It all depends on whose ox is being gored” […]