Submissions and working papers
Magee, Christopher, “The increasing irrelevance of trade diversion,” submitted to Kyklos, February 2016.
Massoud, Tansa, John Doces, and Christopher Magee, 2015, “Explaining and Predicting the Arab Spring: An Empirical Analysis”
Data for papers
Baldwin, R. and C. Magee, 2000, “Is Trade Policy for
Trade Adjustment Assistance data set used in the paper
Tariff Data by 1972 SIC industry code, 1974 – 1992, calculated from the Feenstra trade dataset, used and described in the TAA paper
Magee, C., 2002, “Do political action committees give money to candidates for electoral or influence motives?” Public Choice 112: 373 – 399.
Electoral and influence motive data set used in the Public Choice paper.
Magee, C., 2003, “Third Party Candidates and the 2000 Presidential Election,” Social Science Quarterly 84 (3): 574 – 595.
This zipped file contains two STATA files, one from the CBS poll and the other from the National Election Studies poll during the 2000 election.
Magee, C., 2003, “Endogenous Preferential Trade Agreements: An Empirical Analysis,” Contributions to Economic Analysis & Policy 2 (1), article 15, http://www.bepress.com/bejeap/contributions/vol2/iss1/art15.
This zipped file has the STATA data set used in the paper
Beaulieu, E. and C. Magee, 2004, “Four Simple Tests of Campaign Contributions and Trade Policy Preferences,” Economics and Politics 16 (2): 163 – 187.
This zipped file contains the STATA data set used in the paper and a Word file describing the data
Magee, C., C. Davidson, and
Pacdata.dta is the data set and tables.do is a do-file that creates the tables used in the paper.
Magee, C. and A. Wolaver, 2005, “Policy
Divergence in Races for the
Magee_Wolaver.dta is a STATA data set that contains the data used in the policy divergence paper.
Wolaver, A., and C. Magee, 2006, “Law Firm, Insurance, and Health Care Lobbying over Medical Liability Legislation,” Topics in Economic Analysis & Policy 6 (1), article 21, http://www.bepress.com/bejeap/topics/vol6/iss1/art21/.
House.sas7bdat is a SAS data set, and the file tables.sas runs the programs used to estimate the regressions in the paper.
Magee, C., 2007, “Influence, Elections, and the Value
of a Vote in the
This is a zipped file with a SAS data set and the program used to create the tables in the paper (vote_value.sas)
Magee, C., 2008, “New Measures of Trade Creation and Trade Diversion,” Journal of International Economics 75, 340 – 362.
Bilateral trade data set for 1980-1998 used in the paper (STATA file)
Magee, C., and S. Magee, 2008, “The United States is a Small Country in World Trade,” Review of International Economics 16 (5), 990 – 1004.
Magee, C., 2009, “Do Professors’ Opinions Affect Students?” Forum for Social Economics 38 (2-3), 135 – 151. http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s12143-008-9025-6
Magee, C., 2010, “Would NAFTA have been approved by the House of Representatives under President Bush? Presidents, Parties, and Trade Policy,” Review of International Economics, 18 (2), 382 – 395.
Magee, C. and T. Massoud, 2011, “Openness and Internal Conflict,” Journal of Peace Research 48 (1), 59 – 72.
Schroffel, Jesse, and Christopher Magee, 2011, “Own-Race Bias among NBA Coaches,” Journal of Sports Economics, March, http://jse.sagepub.com/content/early/2011/03/10/1527002511402758.
Magee, C., 2012, “The Incumbent Spending Puzzle,” Social Science Quarterly 93 (4), 932 – 949.
Massoud, T. and C. Magee, 2012, “Trade and Political, Economic, and Military Relations” Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy 18 (1).
Doces and Magee project on trade and democracy
Magee, C., and J. Doces, 2015, “Reconsidering Regime Type and Growth: Lies, Dictatorships, and Statistics,” International Studies Quarterly 59 (2), 223-237.
Doces, John, and Christopher Magee, 2015, “Trade and Democracy: A Factor Based Approach,” International Interactions 41(2): 407 – 425.
Magee, Christopher, 2016, “Trade creation, trade diversion, and the general equilibrium effects of regional trade agreements: A study of the European Community – Turkey customs union,” Review of World Economics, 152 (2), 383-399.