Here you will find import demand and supply elasticities are produced using the hybrid Feenstra (1994) / Broda & Weinstein (2006) methodology described in Soderbery (2015).  Estimates are from US import data over the period 1993-2007.  The code is written in a general form that allows users to easily adapt the estimator to their data.  One point to note for those using the estimates directly.  I have imposed the constraint that ρ< (σ-1)/σ ex postThis constraint is violated around 10% of the time by the actual estimates of θ1 and θ2, and can be overcome by recalculating ρ. Please cite the use of data and code as follows: Soderbery, Anson, “Estimating Import Supply and Demand Elasticities: Analysis and Implications,” Journal of International Economics, 96(1), May 2015: pp 1-17.

Here you will find links to various trade elasticity estimates and code if you need to customize the estimator to your particular project.  A brief description follows the link to the data and code.

Here you will find import demand and heterogeneous export supply elasticities are produced using a new methodology developed in Soderbery (2018).  Estimates are from ComTrade data over the period 1993-2007 for every country and good trade worldwide.  Please cite the use of data and code as follows: Soderbery, Anson, “Trade Elasticities, Heterogeneity, and Optimal Tariffs,” Journal of International Economics, 114, September 2018: pp 44-62.