education and training
- Ph.D. in Economics, The University of Texas at Austin - (Austin, Texas, United States) 1997
- M.S. in Economics, The University of Texas at Austin - (Austin, Texas, United States) 1995
- B.A. in Political Science/Economics (Magna Cum Laude), Trinity University - (San Antonio, Texas, United States) 1991
- Robertson, R. (2020). Lights On: How Transparency Increases Compliance in Cambodian Global Value Chains. ILR Review. 73(4), 939-968.
- Robertson, R., Halliday, T. J., & Vasireddy, S. (2020). Labour market adjustment to third‐party competition: Evidence from Mexico. The World Economy. 43(7), 1977-2006.
- Robertson, R. (2019). China on the Ground in Latin America: Challenges for the Chinese and Impacts on the Region. Latin American Research Review. 54(3), 763-771.
- Lederman, D., & Robertson, R. (2018). Economic integration across Latin America: Evidence from labour markets, 1990–2013. The World Economy. 41(5), 1269-1287.
- Halliday, T., Lederman, D., & Robertson, R. (2018). Tracking wage inequality trends with prices and different trade models: evidence from Mexico. Review of World Economics. 154(1), 47-73.
- Brown, D., Dehejia, R., & Robertson, R. (2014). Factory Decisions to Become Noncompliant with Labour Standards: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia. Rossi, A., Luinstra, A., & Pickles, J. (Eds.), Towards Better Work. (pp. 232-250). Palgrave Macmillan UK.
- Brown, D., Dehejia, R., & Robertson, R. (2013). Is There a Business Case for Improving Labor Standards? Some Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia. Bair, J., Miller, D., & Dickson, M. (Eds.), Workers' Rights and Labor Compliance in Global Supply Chains Is a Social Label the Answer?. (pp. 69-87). Routledge.
- (2009). Globalization, Wages, and the Quality of Jobs Five Country Studies. World Bank Publications.
- (2012). Sewing Success? Employment, Wages, and Poverty following the End of the Multi-Fibre Arrangement. World Bank Publications.
- (2016). Stitches to Riches? Apparel Employment, Trade, and Economic Development in South Asia. World Bank Publications.
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