Recent working papers (more...)

  1. Bridges

    July 2014

    Work in progress.

  2. Everything all the time? Entry and Exit in U.S. Import Varieties

    April 2013

    Work in progress.

  3. Cattle, Steaks and Restaurants: Development Accounting when Space Matters

    October 2012

    Work in progress.

Recent peer-reviewed publications (more...)

  1. Administrative Barriers to Trade

    January 2015

    Forthcoming the Journal of International Economics.

  2. Economies of Scale and the Size of Exporters

    May 2014

    Forthcoming in the Journal of the European Economic Association.

  3. Per-Shipment Costs and the Lumpiness of International Trade

    January 2014

    Forthcoming in the Review of Economics and Statistics.

Recent publications in hungarian (more...)

  1. Cégek kapcsolati hálózatainak gazdasági szerepe

    November 2014

    Kondor Péter, Koren Miklós, Pál Jenő és Szeidl Ádám, 2014. “Cégek kapcsolati hálózatainak gazdasági szerepe.” Közgazdasági Szemle. LXI(November), pp. 1341-1360.

  2. A külkereskedelem hatása a vállalati munkaerőre és a bérek alakulására

    August 2012

    In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (szerk.) Munkerőpiaci Tükör, 2012. pp. 249-274.

Recent other publications (more...)

  1. The impact of international trade on employment and wages

    May 2013

    In: Fazekas K, Benczúr P, Telegdy Á (eds.) The Hungarian labour market, 2013. Budapest: Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences; National Employment Non-profit Public Company, 2013. pp. 246-272.

  2. Still standing: how European firms weathered the crisis - The third EFIGE policy report

    December 2011

    Békés, Gábor, László Halpern, Miklós Koren and Balázs Muraközy. 2011. "Still standing: how European firms weathered the crisis - The third EFIGE policy report." Bruegel Blueprint Series, Vol. XV.

  3. Volatility, diversification and development in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries

    June 2010

    Koren, Miklós and Silvana Tenreyro. 2011. "Volatility, diversification and development in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries." In David Held and Kristian Ulrichsen (eds), The Transformation of the Gulf: Politics, Economics and the Global Order, Chapter 9, Routledge.

Recent work in progress (more...)

  1. Transit Trade and Economic Geography

    September 2014

  2. Gender Bias Among Hungarian Managers

    September 2014

  3. Political Connections and Favoritism in Hungary

    August 2014