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Publications

BOOKS

  1. Stephen P. Magee, International Trade and Distortions In Factor Markets. New York:  Marcel-Dekker, 1976.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, International Trade. Reading, Massachusetts: Addison-Wesley Perspective in Economics Series, 1980.
  2. Translated into Japanese and published in Japan in 1983, Tokyo: Tuttle-Mori. Translated in Chinese and Published by the China Social Sciences Publishing House, Peking, 1987.
  3. Stephen P. Magee, William A. Brock and Leslie Young, Black Hole Tariffs and Endogenous Policy Theory: Political Economy In General Equilibrium. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

PAPERS

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND EXCHANGE RATES

  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Currency Contracts, Pass-through and Devaluation,” Brookings Papers On Economic Activity, Number 1, 1973, 303-323.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “U.S. Import Prices in the Currency Contract Period,” Brookings Papers On Economic Activity, Number 1, 1974, 117-174.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Empirical Evidence on the Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates,” American Economic Review, Vol. 66, May 1976, 163-170.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Empirical Evidence on the Monetary Approach and Some Observations on Alternative Exchange Rate Systems,” Portfolio, Vol 4, Number 5, 1977.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Contracting and Spurious Deviations from Purchasing-Power Parity,” in J.A. Frenkel and H.G. Johnson, eds., Studies In The Economics of Exchange Rates, Addison-Wesley, 1978, Chapter 4, 76-74.
  1. Ramesh K. S. Rao and Stephen P. Magee, “The Currency of Denomination of International Trade Contracts,” in Richard M. Levich and Claus G. Wihlborg, eds., Exchange Risk and Exposure; Current Developments in International Financial Management. Lexington, Massachusetts:  C. Heath, 1979.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Ramesh K.D. Rao, “Vehicle and Nonvehicle Currencies in International Trade,” American Economic Review, Vol 70, May 1980, 368-373.
  1. Stephen P. Magee. “A Two-Parameter Purchasing Power Parity Measure of Arbitrage in International Goods Markets Under Fixed and Flexible Exchange Rates,” in John Martin and Alasdair Smith, eds., Trade and Payments Adjustment Under Flexible Exchange Rates, London, Macmillan, 1979, Chapter 6, 152-173.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Theoretical Picturemetrics and Macho Policynomics: The Princeton Series of 1977,” a review article in the Journal of International Economics, 10, February 1980, 129-133.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Financial Capital Flows in the U.S. Balance of Payments,” review of a book by William A. Branson; Journal of The American Statistical Association, Vol. 67, September, 1972, 712-713.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and William A. Brock, “Third World Debt and International Capital Market Failure as a Consequence of Redistributive Political Risk Sharing” in World Debt Crisis, in Michael Claudon, ed, Ballinger, 1986, 173-198.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Decade Effect: The Stock Market Malaise of the 1990s,” in Hirofumi Matsuo, ed., The Japanese Business Study Program: Trade, Foreign Investment and Competition. University of Texas: Bureau of Business Research, 1990, 7-19.
  1. Stephen P. Magee et al, “Roundtable on US risk Capital and Innovation, With a Look at Western Europe,” Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 4 (Winter 1992), p.48ff.

 

PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  1. William A. Brock and Stephen P. Magee, “The Bang-Bang Model of Public Utility Regulation in Intertemporal General Equilibrium,” in Jorge Schement, Felix Gutierrez and Marvin Sirbu, eds., Telecommunications Policy Handbook. New York: Praeger Scientific Publishers, 1982, 129-141.

 

MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF THE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION

  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Information and the Multinational Corporation: An Appropriability Theory of Direct Foreign Investment,” in The New International Economic Order; The North-South Debate, edited by J. Bhagwati, Cambridge, M.I.T. Press, 1977, 317-340.
  1. Reprinted in Baldwin and Richardson, International Trade and Finance, 2nd Edition, Little Brown, 1981, 190-201.
  1. Reprinted in Donald R. Lessard, International Financial Management, Boston: Warren, Gorham and Lamont, 1979, 57-81.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Multinational Corporations, the Industry Technology Cycle and Development,” Journal of World Trade Law, Vol. 11, July-August 1977, 297-321.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Application of the Dynamic Limit Pricing Model to the Price of Technology and International Technology Transfer,” in Optimal Policies, Control Theory and Technology Exports, ed. by Karl Brunner and Allan H. Meltzer, North-Holland 1977, 203-224.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Appropriability Theory of the Multinational Corporation,” The Annals, No. 458, November 1981, 123-135.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Norman I. Robins, “The Raw Material Product Cycle,” in Mineral Resources In The Pacific Area, ed. by Lawrence B. Krause and Hugh Patrick, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 1978, Chapter 2, 30-55.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Jobs and the Multinational Corporation: The Home-Country Perspective,” in Robert Hawkins, ed., The Economic Effects of Multinational Firms.  JAI Press:  Greenwich, Connecticut, 1979, Chapter 1, 1-16.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Multinational Business,” review of a book by Virgil Salera; California Management Review, Vol. 13, Fall, 1970, 89-94.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “U.S. -Japanese Automobile Diplomacy,” a review of a book by W.C. Duncan, Journal of Business, Vol. 48, October 1975, 575-577 [].
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Comment” on John Parker’s “Pharmaceuticals and Third World Concerns,” in Robert B. Helms, ed., The International Supply of Medicines, Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1980, 147-150.

 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

  1. S. Houthakker and Stephen P. Magee, “Income and Price Elasticities in World Trade,” Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 51, May 1969, 111-125.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and William F. Ford, “Environmental Pollution, the Terms of Trade and Balance of Payments of the United States,” Kyklos, Vol. 25, Number 1, 1972, 108-118.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Prices, Income and Foreign Trade,” in Peter B. Kenen, editor, International Trade and Finance: Frontiers for Research, New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1975, 175-252.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “United States Merchandise Trade in 1972,” The International Monetary System In Transition, Chicago: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1972, 61-68.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Twenty Paradoxes in International Trade Theory,” in Jimmye S. Hillman and Andrew J. Schmitz, ed., International Trade and Agriculture: Problems and Policies, Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1979. 91-115.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Competence Theory of Comparative Advantage,” in David B. Audretsch and Michael P. Claudon, eds., The Internationalization of US Markets. New York: New York University Press, 1989, 11-24.

 

TRADE AND DISTORTIONS IN LABOR AND FACTOR MARKETS

  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Factor Market Distortions, Production, Distribution and the Pure Theory of International Trade,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 85, November 1971, 623-643.
  1. Horst Herberg, Murray Kemp and Stephen P. Magee, “Factor Market Distortions, the Reversal of Relative Factor Intensities, and the Relation Between Product Prices and Equilibrium Outputs,” Economic Record, Vol. 47, December 1971, 518-530.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Factor Market Distortions, Production and Trade: A Survey,” Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 25, March 1973, 1-43.

 

ENDOGENOUS PROTECTION AND POLITICS

  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Welfare Effects of Restriction on U.S. Trade,” Brookings Papers On Economic Activity, Number 3, 1972, 645-701.
  1. William A. Brock and Stephen P. Magee, “The Economics of Special Interest Politics: the Case of the Tariff,” American Economic Review, Vol. 68, May 1978, 246-250.
  1. William A. Brock and Stephen P. Magee, “Tariff Setting in a Democracy,” in John Black and Brian Hindley, eds., Current Issues In Commercial Policy and Diplomacy. London:  Macmillian Press, 1980, 1-9.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Three Simple Tests of the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem,” in Peter Oppenheimer, ed., Issues In International Economics. London:  Oriel Press, 1980, 138-153.  Proceedings of the September 1978, Oxford International Symposium in Honor of Harry G. Johnson.
  1. Reprinted in Alan Deardorff and Robert M. Stern, eds., The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: A Golden Jubilee. Proceedings of the Conference to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Theorem. Ann Arbor: Univ of Michigan Press, 1994, 185-201.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Proteccionismo,” Cuadernos Economics De I.C.E. Number 14, 1980, 33-44. Proceedings of a Conference on International Economic Restrictions, Madrid, April 10, 1980.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Comment” on Robert Baldwin’s “The Political Economy of Protectionism,” in Jagdish Bhagwati, ed., Import Competition and Response, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1982, 286-290.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and William A. Brock, “A Model of Politics, Tariffs and Rent Seeking in General Equilibrium,” in Burton Weisbrod and Helen Hughes, eds., Human Resources, Employment and Development. 3:  The Problems of Developed Countries and The International Economy, 1983.  Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress of the International Economic Association held in Mexico City.  London:  Macmillian, 1983, 497-523.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Leslie Young, “Multinationals, Tariffs and Capital Flows with Endogenous Politicians,” in Charles P. Kindleberger and David Audretsch, eds., The Multinational Corporation In The 1980s. Cambridge:  MIT Press, 1983, Chapter 1, 21-37.
  1. William A. Brock and Stephen P. Magee, “Endogenous Tariff Theory: A Survey,” Chp. 3 in David Colander, ed., Neoclassical Political Economy:  The Economics of Rent Seeking and DUP Activities. New York:  Ballinger, 1984, 177-185.
  1. William A. Brock and Stephen P. Magee, “The Invisible Foot and the Waste of Nations,” Chp. 12 in David Colander, ed., Neoclassical Political Economy: The Economics of Rent Seeking and DUP Activities.  New York:  Ballinger, 1984, 170-185.
  1. Leslie Young and Stephen P. Magee, “Endogenous Protection, Factor Returns and Resource Allocation,” Review of Economic Studies, 53, 1986, 407-419.
  1. Reprinted in David A. Lake, ed., The International Political Economy of Trade. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1992.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Leslie Young, “Endogenous Protection in the US, 1900-1984,” in Trade Policy in the 1980s. by Robert M. Stern. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1987, 145-195.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Political Economy of U.S. Protectionism,” in Herbert Giersch, ed., Free Trade In The World Economy. Tubingen: Mohr Press, 1987, 368-402.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “A Review of Robert Baldwin’s The Political Economy of U.S. Import Policy,” Journal of Economic Literature, 26 (September, 1988), 1206-1207.
  1. Kofi Amoateng and Stephen P. Magee, “Third World Debt and Endogenous Taxation,” Journal of Economics and International Relations, 2 (Winter, 1988), 277-286.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Thomas H. Noe, “Economic Policy Failure with Endogenous Voting,” Hong Kong Economic Papers (No. 19, 1989), 9-12.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “A Taxing Matter: The Negative Effect of Lawyers on Economic Activity,” International Economic Insights, 2 (Jan/Feb, 1991), 34-35+cover.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, Leslie Young and William A. Brock, “The Progressivity of Endogenous Tariff Policy in General Equilibrium,” in J. Kimball Dietrich, ed., Industrial Policy and International Trade. Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press, 1992, 45-70.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Effect of Income and Prices on Protection and Rent Seeking in the US, 1950-1986,” in Louis Philips and Lester D. Taylor, eds., Aggregation, Consumption and Trade: Essays In Honor of H.S. Houthakker. The Netherlands: Kluwer, 1992, 197-216.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Optimum Number of Lawyers: A Reply to Epp,” Law and Social Inquiry, 17, Fall 1992, 667-693.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Bioeconomics and the Survival Model: The Economics Lessons of Evolutionary Biology,” Public Choice, 77, 1993, 117-132.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “The Political Economy of Trade Policy: A Survey,” forthcoming in David Greenaway and Alan Winters, eds., Surveys In International Trade, 1993, 139-176.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Endogenous Protection and Real Wages,” in Alan Deardorff and Robert M. Stern eds., The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: A Golden Jubilee. Proceedings of the Conference to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Theorem. Ann Arbor: Univ of Michigan Press, 1994, 279-288.
  1. Nakgyoon Choi and Stephen P. Magee, “Increasing Returns to Politics in Developing Countries: Endogenous Protection in the Fixed-Factor Model,” in The Political Economy of Conflict and Appropriation, edited by Michelle Garfinkel and Stergios Skaperdas, eds., Cambridge University Press, 97-118, 1996.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Endogenous Protection: The Empirical Evidence,” in Dennis C. Mueller, ed., Perspectives On Public Choice: A Handbook. New York: Cambridge Univ Press, 1997, 526- 561.
  1. Nakgyoon Choi and Stephen P. Magee, “Estimates of US Trade Lobbying from an Endogenous Tariff Model, 1958-87,” in Nakgyoon Choi, An Empirical Analysis of International Trade Policy. New York: Garland, 1997, 89-118.
  1. Nakgyoon Choi and Stephen P. Magee, “Returns to Politics in Developing Countries,” in Nakgyoon Choi, An Empirical Analysis of International Trade Policy. New York: Garland, 1997, 119-138.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Hak-Loh Lee, “Endogenous Regionalism’s Free-Trade Bias: Special Interests in the EEC, 1968-1983,” in Bernardo Bortolotti and Gianluca Fiorentini, eds., Organized Interests and Self-Regulation. Oxford University Press, 1999, 51-85.
  1. Reprinted in John Cantwell, ed., Foreign Direct Investment and Technological Change. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Co.,1999.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Bioeconomics: Lessons for Business, Nations and Life,” in David C. Colander, ed., The Complexity Vision, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2000, 255-284.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, Reprint of “Three Simple Tests of the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem,” in Peter Oppenheimer, ed., Issues In International Economics. London:  Oriel Press, 1980, 138-153. Forthcoming in David Greenaway and Douglas Nelson, eds., Globalization and Labour Markets. Edward Elgar.
  1. Changkyu Choi and Stephen P. Magee, “Legal Predation, the Trade Balance and the Current Account in a Dynamic Open Economy: Theory and Evidence,” forthcoming in John Bilson and Stephan Schoess, eds., International Finance In The New Millennium. Electronic Proceedings of a Conference at the University of Chicago, October 20-21, 2000. Published online at http://www.stuart.iit.edu/faculty/bilson/rza/
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Technology and Capital Market Theory: Evidence for Aliber’s Theory of Direct Foreign Investment,” forthcoming in John Bilson and Stephan Schoess, editors, International Finance In The New Millennium. Electronic Proceedings of a Conference at the University of Chicago, October 20-21, 2000. Published online at http://www.stuart.iit.edu/faculty/bilson/rza/
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Hak-Loh Lee, “Endogenous Tariff Creation and Tariff Diversion in a Customs Union,” European Economic Review, 45 (2001), 495-518.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Christopher Magee, “Rent Seeking and Development,” in Albert Tavidze, ed., Progress In Economics Research: Volume II. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2002, 97-121.
  1. Stephen P. Magee and Christopher P. Magee, “The Effects of Rent Seeking on Economic Development: An Increasing Divergence Between Rich and Poor Countries? in Sunder Ramaswamy and Jeffrey W. Cason, eds., Development and Democracy. Hanover: Middlebury College Press, 2003, 123-144.
  1. Christopher P. Magee and Stephen P. Magee, “The Madison Paradox and the Low Cost of Special-Interest Legislation,” in Douglas Nelson, ed., The Political Economy of Policy Reform. New York: Elsevier, 2004, 131-154.
  1. Stephen Magee, Kwang-Yeol Yoo, Nakgyoon Choi, and Hong Shik Lee, “The United States is a small country in world trade: Further evidence and implications for globalization,” Chapter 11 in Elias Dinopoulos, Pravin Krishna, Arvind Panagariya, and Kar-yiu Wong, eds, Trade, Globalization and Poverty. New York: Routledge, 2008.
  1. Christopher P. Magee and Stephen P. Magee, “The United States is a Small Country in World Trade,” Review of International Economics, 16 (5), 2008, 990-1004.
  1. Christopher P. Magee and Stephen P. Magee, “Endogenous Trade Protection: A Survey,” in David Coen, Wyn Grant and Graham Wilsoned, The Oxford Handbook of Business and Government. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010, 703-729.
  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Lawyers as Spam: Congressional Capture Explains Why U.S. Lawyers Exceed the Optimum and Their Cost,” in Frank Buckley, ed., An American Illness: Essays on the Rule of Law, Yale University Press, 2013, 100-117.

 

OTHER

  1. Stephen P. Magee, “Some Thoughts on the Economic Value of a University Education and Tuition Within the University of Texas System,” Appendix 2 to Robert A. Peterson, Chairman, et al, Differential Tuition: A Strategic Imperative. A Report Prepared for Mark G. Yudof, Chancellor, University of Texas System, March 2004, pp. 46-59.

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