Hugo Rojas-Romagosa is a research economist at the CPB Netherlands Bureau of Economic Policy Analysis and a fellow researcher at the World Trade Institute in Bern. He obtained his PhD in economics from the Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. His research interests include: trade theory, trade policy, FDI and trade in services, quantitative trade analysis, CGE modelling, gravity estimations, non-tariff measures, globalisation and labour markets, trade liberalization and income distribution, trade in value-added and global supply chains. Recent publications include: Melting ice caps and the economic impact of opening the Northern Sea Route (Economic Journal); Potential economic effects of TTIP for the Netherlands (De Economist); Identifying hubs and spokes in global supply chains using redirected trade in value added (Economic Systems Research); A stochastic indicator for sovereign debt sustainability (FinanzArchiv: Public Finance Analysis); Technology, offshoring and the task-content of occupations: Evidence from the United Kingdom (International Labour Review); Household inequality, social welfare, and trade (Journal of Development Economics).
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