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Papers and Books

Ghosh, Madanmohan and John Whalley. 2008. State Owned Enterprises, Shirking and Trade Liberalization. Economic Modelling 25 (6): 1206-1215.

Huang, Hui and John Whalley. 2008. Baumol-Tobin and the Welfare Costs of National Security Border Delays. Economics Letters 99 (2): 290-292.

Ng, Eric C.-Y. and John Whalley. 2008. Visas and Work Permits: Possible Global Negotiating Initiatives. Review of International Organizations 3 (3): 259-285.

Whalley, John. 2008. Conceptualising Globalisation: A Symposium for the World Economy. The World Economy 31 (11): 1454.

Whalley, John. 2008. Globalisation and Values. The World Economy 31 (11): 1503- 524.

Whalley, John. 2008. Recent Regional Agreements: Why so Many, Why so Much Variance in Form, Why Coming so Fast, and Where are They Headed? The World Economy 31 (4): 517-532.

Bhattarai, Keshab and John Whalley. 2009. Redistributive Effects of Transfer Programmes in the United Kingdom. Economica 76 (303): 413-431.

Huang, Hui, John Whalley, and Shunming Zhang. 2009. Exploring Policy Options in Joint Intertemporal-Spatial Trade Models Using an Incomplete Markets Approach. Economic Theory 41 (1): 131-145.

Pandey, Manish and John Whalley. 2009. Social Networks and Trade Liberalization. Applied Economic Letters 16 (16-18): 1747-1749.

Walsh, Sean and John Whalley. 2009. Bringing the Copenhagen Global Climate Change Negotiations to Conclusion. CESifo Economic Studies 55 (2): 255-285.

Whalley, John. 2009. CESifo Symposium on the Economics of Climate Change: Introduction. CESifo Economic Studies 55 (2): 233-234.

Whalley, John. 2009. Disciplining Canada’s Interprovincial Barriers: The Subnational WTO Approach as Another Option with or beyond an Extended TILMA. Canadian Public Policy 35 (3): 315-323.

Whalley, John. 2009. Introduction to the Symposium on Poverty and Inequality in China. CESifo Economic Studies 55 (3-4): 595-597.

Whalley, John and Xian Xin. 2009. Home and Regional Biases and Border Effects in Armington Type Models. Economic Modelling 26 (2): 309-319.

Whalley, John and Yufei Yuan. 2009. Global Financial Structure and Climate Change. Journal of Financial Transformation 25: 161-168.

Whalley, John and Ximing Yue. 2009. Rural Income Volatility and Inequality in China. CESifo Economic Studies 55 (3-4): 648-668.

Tian, Huifang and John Whalley. 2010. Trade Sanctions, Financial Transfers and BRIC Participation in Global Climate Negotiations. Journal of Policy Modeling 32 (1): 47-63.

Whalley, John and Xian Xin. 2010. China’s FDI and Non-FDI Economies, and the Sustainability of Future High Chinese Growth. China Economic Review 21 (1): 123-35.

Dong, Yan and John Whalley. Carbon, Trade Policy, and Carbon Free Trade Areas. The World Economy, forthcoming.

Lockwood, Ben and John Whalley. Carbon Motivated Border Tax Adjustments: Old Wine in Green Bottles? The World Economy, forthcoming.

Walsh, Sean and John Whalley. Post-Copenhagen Negotiation Issues and the North- outh Divide. Seattle Journal for Social Justice, forthcoming.

Wang, Jing and John Whalley. "Developing Countries and the Use of Accompanying Funds in Copenhagen and Beyond."

Whalley, John. Rationality, Irrationality and Economic Cognition. Singapore Economic Review, forthcoming.

Whalley, John and Xian Xin. Regionalization, Changes in Home Bias, and the Growth of World Trade. Journal of Policy Modeling, forthcoming.

Whalley, John and Shunming Zhang. On the Arbitrariness of Consumption, Applied Economic Letters, forthcoming.