GEP is pleased to have formal links to a number of cognate Research Centres and Institutes worldwide, details of which can be found on this site. GEP of course uses data from external sources.
International Trade Data
GEP has formal links with a number of centres and institutes with a similar research focus. These links are active and provide opportunities for exchanges of researchers, joint conferences and collaborative research. Our current links are with:
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics is a private non-profit research institution founded to conduct research on economic and social issues with relevance for industrial development. GEP's contact is Dr Fredrik Sjöholm.
Nihon University Centre for China and Asian Studies
Center for China and Asian Studies (CCASS) is affiliated to the Collegae of Economics of Nihon University, and directed by Professor Mitsuo Honda. We foster scholarly research on diversification and flexibility for Asia. GEP's contact is Dr Nao Ijiri.
CEPII is France's leading institute for research on the international economy. GEP's contact at CEPII is Dr Sebastien Jean.
The Centre was established to strengthen teaching, research and policy analysis in international economics and closely related disciplines. One of its objectives is to improve public understanding of international economic issues, especially among policy makers. GEP's contact at CIES is Professor Kym Anderson.
The European Trade Study Group (ETSG) is a forum for academic discussion and research on international trade among European universities and research institutes. Participation in ETSG activities is open to all academic and research economists. GEP's contact at the ETSG is Professor Ian Wooton.
GEP has a link to the Global Trade Negotiations, which is an online information resource for all those interested in topics related to international trade. The site is part of the Centre for International Development at Harvard University and is under the guidance of Professors Dani Rodrik and Robert Lawrence.
The IfW undertakes research in many areas of international economics. Perhaps the area most closely related to our research is the Programme on 'Growth and European Labour Markets'. GEP's contact is Professor Harmen Lehment.
Mid-West International Economics Group
The Mid-West International Economics Group was founded in 1981 to foster and encourage research in International Trade. GEP's contact is Professor Ray Riezman.
The Institute is an international centre for advanced research and scholarship by humanists and social scientists who study the interrelations of politics and economics. GEP's contact is Professor Doug Nelson.
FREIT is an international organisation dedicated to furthering research in the field of empirical international economics. The Forum has been developed as an umbrella organisation for resources available to empirical international trade researchers. It is directed by Professor Jon Haveman.
WIIW is an independent research institute. It's primary emphasis is on analysing economic and structural developments in Europe and China, conducting studies on EU integration, researching reconstruction and stabilisation in South East Europe and performing comparative analyses of global development. GEP's contact is Professor Michael Landesmann.