Areas of Expertise
Management of Technology, Firm Strategy, Emerging Markets
Garrick Blalock joined the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management in 2002. His research interests include trade and technology, firm strategy, and emerging markets.
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2002
M.S., University of California, Berkeley, 2000
B.A., Yale University, 1993
AEM 2600: Managerial Economics
Copies of Professor Blalock's current working papers can be accessed on his personal web site.
"How Firm Capabilities Affect Who Benefits from Foreign Technology" with Paul J. Gertler, forthcoming, Journal of Development Economics.
Blalock, Garrick, Daniel H. Simon. Forthcoming. Do All Firms Benefit Equally from Downstream FDI? The Moderating Effect of Local Suppliers' Capabilities on Productivity Gains, Journal of International Business Studies.
Blalock, Garrick, Paul J. Gertler and David I. Levine. Financial Constraints on Investment in an Emerging Market Crisis, Journal of Monetary Economics, April 2008, 55(3), 568–591.
Blalock, Garrick, Francisco Veloso. Imports, Productivity Growth, and Supply Chain Learning, World Development, July 2007, 35(7), pp. 1134–1151.
Blalock, Garrick, Vrinda Kadiyali, and Daniel H. Simon. Forthcoming. Driving Fatalities After 9/11: A Hidden Cost of Terrorism. Applied Economics.
Blalock, Garrick, David R. Just, and Daniel H. Simon. Hitting the Jackpot or Hitting the Skids: Entertainment, Poverty, and the Demand for State Lotteries. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, July 2007, 66(3), 545–57
Blalock, Garrick, and Sonali Roy. A Firm-Level Examination of the Exports Puzzle: Why East Asian Exports Didn’t Increase After the 1997–1998 Financial Crisis?, The World Economy, January 2007, 30(1), pp. 39–59.
Blalock, Garrick, Vrinda Kadiyali, and Daniel H. Simon. The Impact of Post 9/11 Airport Security Measures on the Demand for Air Travel. Journal of Law and Economics, November 2007, 50(4), 731–755.
Blalock, Garrick, and Paul J. Gertler. Welfare Gains from Foreign Direct Investment through Technology Transfer to Local Suppliers. Journal of International Economics, March 2008, 74(2), 402–421.
Blalock, Garrick, and Paul J. Gertler. 2005. Foreign Direct Investment and Externalities: The Case for Public Intervention. In Does FDI Promote Development?, edited by Theodore Moran, pp. 73–106. Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics.
Blalock, Garrick, and Paul Gertler. Learning from Exporting Revisited in a Less Developed Setting. Journal of Development Economics, December 2004, 75(2): 397–416