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GEP Conference

5th GEP Conference at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China

Conference on 'Port Logistics, International Trade and Innovation'

30th and 31st October 2012

Conference Programme

Conference Papers 

Innwon Park, Korea University  Trade-Creating Regime-Wide Rules of Origin: A Quantitative Analysis
Kai Xu,   Zhejiang University Why are Agricultural Goods Not Traded More Intensively: High Trade Costs or Low Productivity Variation?
Zhihao Yu, Carleton University The Nexus of Persistent Trade Surplus and High GDP Growth: Theory and Evidence
Yifan Zhang, Lingnan University
A Fire Sale without Fire: An Explanation of Labour-Intensive FDI in China
Johannes Van Biesebroeck, University of Leuven Using Export Market Performance to Evaluate Regional Preferential Policies in China
Toshiyuki Matsuura, Keio University Trade Liberalization in East Asia and FDI Strategies in Heterogeneous Firms: Evidence from Japanese Firm-level Data
Shujie Yao, University of Nottingham Has China Displaced the Outward Investments of OECD Countries?
Saileshsingh Gunessee, University of Nottingham Ningbo China Birds of the Same Feather: Location Choice of Foreign Enterprises

For further details contact Sue Berry

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