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Author:LaBelle, Jesse 

Monetary Policy Surprises and Inflation Expectations

The private sector may slightly underestimate the short-term impact of monetary policy surprises on inflation but may predict longer-term effects fairly well.
On the Economy

Working Paper
Cross-border Patenting, Globalization, and Development

We build a stylized model that captures the relationships between cross-border patenting, globalization, and development. Our theory delivers a gravity equation for cross-border patents. To test the model’s predictions, we compile a new dataset that tracks patents within and between countries and industries, for 1980-2019. The econometric analysis reveals a strong, positive impact of policy and globalization on cross-border patent flows, especially from North to South. A counterfactual welfare analysis suggests that the increase in patent flows from North to South has benefited both ...
Working Papers , Paper 2023-031

Transfer Pricing of Intangible Assets: Evidence from Patent Data

To reduce their tax exposure, multinationals may seek to shift profits to countries with lower tax rates. Do patents play a role in this strategy?
On the Economy

Journal Article
Global Profit Shifting through Intellectual Property and the Impact of US Tax Reforms

Evidence on patent transactions suggests that multinational enterprises engage in profit-shifting practices by transferring patents to tax havens.
Economic Synopses , Issue 10 , Pages 2 pages

Journal Article
Technology Transfer and Regional Trade Agreements

The growing importance of intellectual property rights in regional trade agreements has been associated with increased technology transfer.
Economic Synopses , Issue 23 , Pages 1-2

East Asia Outpaces Other Regions in International Patenting

As foreign patenting continues to grow, East Asia has become both the main origin of innovations and the main destination for patent protection.
On the Economy

Journal Article
Rethinking Global Value Chains During COVID-19: Part 2

Recent research shows that GVCs played a large role in the propagation of foreign shocks on U.S. industries.
Economic Synopses , Issue 17 , Pages 1-2

Journal Article
Geographic Patterns of Innovation Across U.S. States: 1980-2010

The distribution of innovation in the United States has become more concentrated and has shifted to the West.
Economic Synopses , Issue 5 , Pages 1-3

Journal Article
The Rise of Asia as a Destination for U.S. Patenting

China has become one of the main destinations where U.S. inventors seek to protect their intellectual property.
Economic Synopses , Issue 27 , Pages 1-2

How Much Are We “Taxed” by Surprise Inflation?

When inflation surprises to the upside, borrowers pay back less in real terms. And Uncle Sam is America’s biggest borrower.
On the Economy




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