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Funded Grant and Contract Studies

"Trade Liberalization and Fiscal Reform: Evidence from Two Case Studies - Morocco and Jamaica and a General Cross-Country Econometric Analysis," Research Paper Provided to USAID, Contract No. PCE-1-00-00-00015-00, Fiscal Reform in Support of Trade Liberalization, July 2004.

United States Government Initiatives to Build Trade Related Capacity in Developing and Transition Countries, prepared for the United States Agency for International Development, October 2001. (with Phil Church, Jan Schrader, Kim Schneider, et. al.)

A Study of Trade and Investment Trends and Prospects in Egypt. (with James Fox, David Holt, Brayton Redecker, and Sam Taddesse), USAID, Cairo, 2000.

Establishment of a Fair Trade Commission in Barbados: Initial Diagnostic and Survey of Domestic Market Competitiveness, Inter-American Development Bank, Barbados, 2000. (with Godfrey Gordon and Simon Langer)

"Regulatory and Institutional Environment: Rule of Law and Bankruptcy Law" in James Fox, Joseph Pelzman, David Holt, Brayton Redecker, and Sam Taddesse, A Study of Trade and Investment Trends and Prospects in Egypt, USAID, Cairo, 2000.

Noisy Transition in the Formerly Communist Central and East European Countries and the Newly Independent States: Privatization and Corporate Governance. Washington: US Department of Labor. 1997.

Regional Economic Cooperation/Integration in Central Asia (Kazakstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyz Republic and Xinjiang Province of the People's republic of China). Contract No. VOVS/97-115, TA No. 5707- REG. Asia Development Bank. 1997-98.

A Review of the Privatization Programs in the FSU and Central and East Europe: The Governance Issue. Contract No. B9K43458, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Foreign Economic Research, 1996.

The Polish Economic Transformation Program: A Review of the Program and the Bank's Role in Its Structural Adjustment Loan. Washington: The World Bank, 1993.

Soviet Military and Economic Aid to the Middle East and Africa. Final Science Report to the US-Israel Binational Science Foundation, Grant BSF-85-00264/I; HU 0371010, June 1991. (with Gur Ofer)

Probable Impact of Granting Most Favored Nation Status to the Soviet Union. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Office of International Economic Affairs, Division of Foreign Economic Research, April 24, 1990.

The Economic Effects of Significant U.S. Import Restraints, Phase 1: The Textile Industry. Contract No. RFQ-89- 003, United States International Trade Commission, August 1989.

The Impact of the U.S.- Israel Free Trade Area Agreement on U.S. Exports: Evidence from the First Year of Operation. Contract No. B9K84908, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Office of International Economic Affairs, Division of Foreign Economic Research, November 1988.

The Competitiveness of the Peruvian Textile Industry: Present Performance and Future Prospects. The Inter-American Development Bank, January 1987.

An Assessment of the Impact of the Revised U.S. Generalized System of Preferences on the Exports of Peru. The Inter-American Development Bank, December 1985.

The Impact of the U.S. Generalized System of Preferences on Latin American Exports: Can Revisions be Made. The Inter-American Development Bank, June 1984.

The Impact of the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act on Caribbean Exports. The Inter-American Development Bank, December 1983.

The Economic Costs of the Multifiber Arrangement. Contract No. B9K36079, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Foreign Economic Research, November 1983.

The Impact of the U.S. Generalized System of Preferences on Latin American Exports. The Inter-American Development Bank, August 1983.

The U.S. Generalized System of Preferences: An Evaluation and an Examination of Alternative Graduation Programs. Contract No. J9K200006, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Foreign Economic Research, July 1983.

Effects on U.S. Trade and Employment of Tariff Elimination Among The Countries of North America and the Caribbean Basin. U.S. Department of Labor Monograph, January 1982. (with Don Rousslang).

The Impact of the Caribbean Basin Initiative on Caribbean Exports. The World Bank, June 1982. Employment and Income Effects of Increased Imports in the Textile Industry. prepared for Governor McNair for submission to the U.S. Special Trade Representative, 1978. (with R. Graham, jr., R. C. Martin and S. Londhe).


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Joseph Pelzman

Joseph Pelzman

Expertise: International Trade and Finance; International Trade Law; Economics of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Law and Economics and Economies in Transition

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Institute for International Economic Policy

Joseph Pelzman at IDEAS

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