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Analyzing the U.S. Content of Imports and the Foreign Content of Exports References and Bibliography Alterman, W. (1997, October). Are producer price good proxies for export prices? Monthly Labor Review, 18-32. Amiti, M., and Wei, S. (2004). Fear of service outsourcing: Is it justified? (IMF Working Paper No. 04/186 September). Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund. Anderson, J.E., and van Wincoop, E. (2004). Trade costs. Journal of Economic Literature, 42(3), 691-751. Anderson, T., and Fredriksson, T. (2000). Distinction between intermediate and finished products in intrafirm trade. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 18, 773-792. Antras, P. (2003). Firms, contracts, and trade structure. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 118, 1375-1418. Antras, P. (2005). Incomplete contracts and the product cycle. American Economic Review, 95(4), 1054-1073. Antras, P. (2005). Property rights and the international organization of production. American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings , May, 25-32. Antras, P., and Helpman, E. (2004). Global sourcing. Journal of Political Economy, 112, 552-580. Antras, P., Garicano, L., and Rossi-Hansberg, E. (2005). Offshoring in a knowledge economy. (NBER Working Paper No. 11094). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. Attanasio, O., Battisin, E., and Ichimura, H. (2004, March). What really happened to consumption inequality in the U.S? (NBER Working Paper No. 10338). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. Autor, D.H., Katz, L.F., and Kearney, M.S. (2005, September). Trends in U.S. wage inequality: Revising the revisionists. (NBER Working Paper No. 11627). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

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