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Mine Z. Senses

Mine Z. Senses

Bernard L. Schwartz Associate Professor


Mine Z. Senses is an Associate Professor of International Economics in the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. Her current research focuses on the consequences of globalization on the labor market, with emphasis on quantifying the heterogeneous costs and benefits experienced by different segments of the population. Her research has been published in numerous journals including the Review of Economic Studies, Journal of International Economics, American Economic Review and the Canadian Journal of Economics. She hold a BA from the Middle East Technical University and a PhD from the University of Michigan.
Feler, L., and Senses, M. Z. (2017). Trade shocks and the provision of local public goods. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9(4), 101-43.

Kurz, C., & Senses, M. Z. (2016). Importing, exporting, and firm-level employment volatilityJournal of International Economics,98, 160-175.

Kandilov, I. T., & Senses, M. Z. (2016). The effects of wrongful discharge protection on foreign multinationals: Evidence from transaction-level dataCanadian Journal of Economics/Revue Canadienne Déconomique, 49(1), 111-146.

Krishna, P., Poole, J. P., & Senses, M. Z. (2012). Trade, labor market frictions, and residual wage inequality across worker groupsAmerican Economic Review,102(3), 417-423.

Krishna, P., Poole, J., & Senses, M. Z. (2011). Wage effects of trade reform with endogenous worker mobilityJournal of International Economics, 93(2): 239-252. See research summary at VoxEU and USApp.

Senses, M. Z. (2010). The effects of offshoring on the elasticity of labor demandJournal of International Economics,81(1), 89-98.

Krishna, P., & Senses, M. Z. (2009). International trade and labor income risk in the United StatesReview of Economic Studies, 81(1): 186-218.



  • Economics
  • Global Financial Crises
  • Globalization
  • International Financial Markets
  • Labor Economics and Outsourcing
  • International Finance
  • International Trade Theory and Policy
  • Multinational Corporations