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Neighbors and the Evolution of the Comparative Advantage of Nations: Evidence of International Knowledge Diffusion?
D Bahar, R Hausmann, CA Hidalgo
Journal of International Economics 92 (1), 111-123, 2014
4322014
Migration, knowledge diffusion and the comparative advantage of nations
D Bahar, H Rapoport
The Economic Journal 128 (612), F273-F305, 2018
2762018
Give me your tired and your poor: Impact of a large-scale amnesty program for undocumented refugees
D Bahar, AM Ibáñez, SV Rozo
Journal of Development Economics 151, 102652, 2021
1312021
One more resource curse: Dutch disease and export concentration
D Bahar, MA Santos
Journal of Development Economics 132, 102-114, 2018
1242018
Migration and knowledge diffusion: The effect of returning refugees on export performance in the former yugoslavia
D Bahar, A Hauptmann, C Özgüzel, H Rapoport
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-18, 2024
97*2024
Migrant inventors and the technological advantage of nations
D Bahar, P Choudhury, H Rapoport
Research Policy 49 (9), 103947, 2020
902020
Venezuela refugee crisis to become the largest and most underfunded in modern history
D Bahar, M Dooley
Brookings Institution, 2019
672019
Birthplace diversity and economic complexity: Cross-country evidence
D Bahar, H Rapoport, R Turati
Research Policy 51 (8), 103991, 2022
66*2022
Integrating Venezuelans into the Colombian labor market
D Bahar, M Dooley, C Huang
Global Economy and Development at Brookings, Policy Brief. Retreived from …, 2018
59*2018
Export take-offs and acceleration: Unpacking cross-sector linkages in the evolution of comparative advantage
D Bahar, S Rosenow, E Stein, R Wagner
World Development 117, 48-60, 2019
52*2019
Venezuelan migration, crime, and misperceptions: A review of data from Colombia, Peru, and Chile
D Bahar, M Dooley, A Selee
Brookings Institution, 2020
44*2020
The hardships of long distance relationships: time zone proximity and the location of MNC's knowledge-intensive activities
D Bahar
Journal of International Economics 125, 103311, 2020
36*2020
The middle productivity trap: Dynamics of productivity dispersion
D Bahar
Economic Letters 167, 60-66, 2018
35*2018
Venezuela: a path out of misery
D Bahar, T Piccone, H Trinkunas
Brookings Policy Brief, 2018
282018
Impact of the 2017 sanctions on Venezuela: Revisiting the evidence
D Bahar, S Bustos, J Morales-Arilla, MA Santos
Brookings Institution, 2019
222019
Why accepting refugees is a win-win-win formula
D Bahar
Brookings Institute, 2018
182018
Empowering Migrant Women: Impacts of Amnesties on Crime Reports
AM Ibáñez, SV Rozo, D Bahar
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2021
17*2021
Venezuelan refugees and their receiving communities need funding, not sympathy
D Bahar, M Dooley
Brookings Institution, 2021
162021
Legalizing Entrepreneurship
D Bahar, B Cowgill, J Guzman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
14*2022
An executive order worth $100 billion: The impact of an immigration ban’s announcement on Fortune 500 firms’ valuation
D Bahar, P Choudhury, B Glennon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
142020
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