Dr Dennis Novy
Dennis Novy is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick. He is also a research affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and an associate at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics. He received a PhD from the University of Cambridge and works in the fields of international trade, international economics and macroeconomics, in particular trade costs and gravity equations.
Phone: +44 (0) 247 615 0046, Fax: +44 (0) 247 652 3032, Room: S2.90
Office hours: Tuesdays 2-4pm or by appointment
Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
Associate, Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), London School of Economics
Research Associate, Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE)
Research Affiliate, CESifo, Munich
International Trade, International Economics, Macroeconomics
"Trade Costs, 1870-2000" American Economic Review 98(2), Papers & Proceedings, May 2008, pp. 529-534 (with David Jacks and Christopher Meissner). See the policy column at VoxEU and the article in the Financial Times.
"Trade Costs in the First Wave of Globalization" Explorations in Economic History 47(2), April 2010, pp. 127-141. Also available as NBER Working Paper #12602 (with David Jacks and Christopher Meissner). The data set is available here.
"Trade Costs and the Open Macroeconomy" Scandinavian Journal of Economics 112(3), September 2010, pp. 514-545.
"Trade Booms, Trade Busts, and Trade Costs" Journal of International Economics 83(2), March 2011, pp. 185-201. Also available as NBER Working Paper #15267 (with David Jacks and Christopher Meissner). The data set is available here. Also see the related policy column at VoxEU and the EBook chapter on the role of trade costs in the great trade collapse of 2008/09. Also see the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) update of Novy comprehensive trade cost measure from 2000 to 2009.
"Gravity, Trade Integration, and Heterogeneity across Industries" Journal of International Economics 85(2), November 2011, pp. 206-221. Online appendix available here. Click here for the trade cost measure used in this paper. Previous version entitled "International Trade Integration: A Disaggregated Approach" available as CEPR Discussion Paper #7103 (with Natalie Chen). See the policy column at VoxEU.
"On the Measurement of Trade Costs: Direct vs. Indirect Approaches to Quantifying Standards and Technical Regulations" World Trade Review 11(3), July 2012, pp. 401-414. Also available as CEPR Discussion Paper #8883 (with Natalie Chen).
"Gravity Redux: Measuring International Trade Costs with Panel Data" Economic Inquiry 51(1), January 2013, pp. 101-121. Also available as CEP Discussion Paper #1114 and CESifo Working Paper #3616 . Also see the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) update of Novy comprehensive trade cost measure from 2000 to 2009.
"International Trade without CES: Estimating Translog Gravity" Journal of International Economics 89(2), March 2013, pp. 271-282 (lead article). Online appendix available here. Also available as CEPR Discussion Paper #9125. See the policy column at VoxEU.
"Is the International Border Effect Larger than the Domestic Border Effect? Evidence from U.S. Trade" CESifo Economic Studies 59(2), June 2013, pp. 249-276. Also available as Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Working Paper 2009/057 (with Cletus Coughlin).
Warwick conference: "CAGE International Trade Research Day 2013", Warwick University, May 2013
LSE/Warwick conference: "CAGE/CEP Workshop on Trade Policy in a Globalised World", Venice, June 2012
Warwick conference: "CAGE International Trade Research Day 2011", Warwick University, February 2011
Venice conference: "Trade Costs and International Trade Integration: Past, Present and Future", Venice, June 2010
EC 106 Introduction to Quantitative Economics
EC 123 Mathematical Techniques B
EC 336 International Trade
Graduate Studies in Economics (hosted by the AEA)