Nottingham Centre for Research on
Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP)
Nottingham Centre for Research on  Globalisation and Economic Policy

Welcome to GEP

The Nottingham Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP) is the major centre in Europe studying the impact of globalisation and economic policy and one of the biggest of its kind in the world.

Established in 2001, GEP has a well-founded reputation in the study of international trade, foreign direct investment, immigration and the political economy of globalisation and were pioneers in the application of micro data to these questions. Its research continues to be published in the top field and general interest journals, including over 25 papers in the Journal of International Economics alone.

The centre has an impressive international reputation; its academics have advised the Treasury, the World Bank, OECD and WTO. It also maintains a well-earned reputation as a key producer of future talent; former staff, research fellows and PhD students have gone on to senior positions in academia and policy making around the world.

Upcoming events

GEP Seminar: Kirill Borusyak (UCL)

Date
04 October 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Understanding migration responses to local shocks (A01, Highfield House)

GEP Seminar: Richard Hornbeck (Chicago Booth)

Date
18 October 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Identifying agglomeration shadows: Long-run evidence from ancient ports

GEP Seminar: Benjamin G. Hyman (NY Fed)

Date
25 October 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom

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Bulletins

The GEP Bulletin gives information on our forthcoming events taking place over the next two months - seminars, public lectures, and conferences.  Also included are details of the latest additions to the GEP Research Paper Series and new dates-for-your-diary.

Discussion papers

GEP 2022/08: Employment to output elasticities and reforms towards flexicurity: Evidence from OECD countries

Description
Holger Görg, Cecília Hornok, Catia Montagna and George E Onwordi

GEP 2022/07: Exchange rate expectations and exports: Firm-level evidence from China

Description
Xiaohua Bao, Hailiang Huang, Larry D. Qiu, and Xiaozhuo Wang

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Nottingham Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy

Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Enquiries: hilary.hughes@nottingham.ac.uk