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

13th GEP Annual Postgraduate Conference

Held on 1st and 2nd May 2014 at The University of Nottingham



 Best Paper prize presented by Giovanni Facchini to Nuno Palma 

Call for Papers



 Directions to Nottingham University Park Campus

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Conference Papers
Anna Andersson Export Performance and Access to Intermediate Inputs: the Case of Rules of Origin Liberalisation
Matej Bajgar Climbing Rungs of the Quality Ladder: FDI and Domestic Exporters in Romania
Esther Ann Bøler Globalization: A Woman’s Best Friend? Exporters and the Gender Wage Gap
Timothy DeStefano The Impact of Information Technology on Firm Level Productivity in the UK
Stefaan Decramer Productivity Gains from Outward FDI: Evidence from Slovenia
Sabrina Eisenbarth Is Chinese Trade Policy Motivated by Environmental Concerns?  An Empirical Analysis
Jason Garred Export Taxes, Industrial Policy and the Value Chain in China After WTO
Michal Burzynski The Welfare Impact of Global Migration in the OECD Countries
Nuno Palma Spending a Windfall:  American Precious Metals and Euro-Asian Trade 1492-1807
Maria Teresa Trentinaglia Excess of Capacity and Employment Protection: Evidence from the European Manufacturing Industry
Enrico Vanino The Impact of Innovation on Trade Margins: Evidence from French Firms
Christian Viegelahn Trade Protection and Input Switching: Firm-level Evidence from Indian Importer
Joschka Wanner Carbon Tariffs: An Analysis of the Trade, Welfare and Emission Effects

Papers for Poster Presentation
Toni Glaser Migration Experience, Aspirations and the Brain Drain Theory and Empirical Evidence
Marco Giansoldati

Financial Constraints and Export Engagement: Evidence from Chinese Pure Exporter

Mojca Lindič Trade, Innovation, and Skill Structure of Firm
Bing Liu

The Impact of Diplomatic Visits on China’s International Trade (abstract)

Kinzica Laura    Soldano

Remittances and Inequality in Eastern European Countries

Soumyatanu Mukherjee

Technological Progress, Informal Wage and National Income in Segmented Factor Markets – A General Equilibrium Approach

Lucia Pérez-Villar

MNE to Local Supplier Knowledge Transfer Evidence from Sub- Saharan Africa

Opartpunyasarn Rungnapa

Exchange Rate Exposure: Firm Level Evidence from China


Key Dates:

Deadline for paper/extended abstract submission: 21 February 2014

Selection of papers: 7 March 2014 

Opening of Registration: 10 March 2014

Registration Closure: 16 March 2014

Complete Paper Submission Deadline: 13 April 2014

Poster Submission Deadline: 15 April 2014

Organising Committee: Giovanni Facchini, Zhihong Yu, Roberto Bonfatti


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