Shawn Weiming Tan
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|Terminal Degree:||2013 Department of Economics; Faculty of Business and Economics; University of Melbourne (from RePEc Genealogy)|
International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (IBRD) Washington, District of Columbia (United States)
World Bank Group
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RePEc:edi:ibrdwus (more details at EDIRC)
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- De Nicola,Francesca & Tan,Shawn Weiming, 2017. "Foreign banks and trade: bridging the information gap ?," Policy Research Working Paper Series 7967, The World Bank.
- De Nicola,Francesca & Tan,Shawn Weiming, 2017. "Firms'export decisions : demand trumps financial shocks," Policy Research Working Paper Series 7953, The World Bank.
- Tan,Shawn Weiming & Tran,Trang Thu & Tan,Shawn Weiming & Tran,Trang Thu, 2017. "The effect of local governance on firm productivity and resource allocation : evidence from Vietnam," Policy Research Working Paper Series 8118, The World Bank.
- Farole,Thomas & Hallak,Issam & Harasztosi,Peter & Tan,Shawn Weiming & Farole,Thomas & Hallak,Issam & Harasztosi,Peter & Tan,Shawn Weiming, 2017. "Business environment and firm performance in European lagging regions," Policy Research Working Paper Series 8281, The World Bank.
- Osnago,Alberto & Tan,Shawn Weiming, 2016. "Disaggregating the impact of the internet on international trade," Policy Research Working Paper Series 7785, The World Bank.
- Shawn Tan, 2012. "Structural Estimation of a Flexible Translog Gravity Model," Department of Economics - Working Papers Series 1164, The University of Melbourne.
CitationsMany of the citations below have been collected in an experimental project, CitEc, where a more detailed citation analysis can be found. These are citations from works listed in RePEc that could be analyzed mechanically. So far, only a minority of all works could be analyzed. See under "Corrections" how you can help improve the citation analysis.
- Osnago,Alberto & Tan,Shawn Weiming, 2016.
"Disaggregating the impact of the internet on international trade,"
Policy Research Working Paper Series
7785, The World Bank.
- Lee Yub, 2018. "Ecommerce and Firm Performance: Evidence from Korea," Working Papers id:12428, eSocialSciences.
- Lee Sooyoung, 2018. "Anatomy of the Trade Collapse, Recovery, and Slowdown: Evidence from Korea," Working Papers id:12432, eSocialSciences.
- Tim Kelly & Aleksandra Liaplina & Shawn W. Tan & Hernan Winkler, 2017.
"Reaping Digital Dividends,"
World Bank Publications,
The World Bank, number 26151, October.
- Massimiliano Santini & Trang Thu Tran & Andrew Beath, 2017. "Investment Climate Assessment of Bhutan," World Bank Other Operational Studies 28539, The World Bank.
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