Nottingham Lectures in International Economics
Professor Fernando Parro, Pen State: Three lectures on 'trade policy'
Professor Andrés Rodriguez-Clare, University of California at Berkeley: Three lectures on 'Welfare effects of international trade and industrial policy'
Professor Thierry Verdier, Paris School of Economics: Three lectures on 'Globalisation, institutions and cultural evolution'
Professor Paola Conconi, Université Libre de Bruxelles: Three lectures on 'The organisation of firms in a global economy'
Professor Thierry Mayer, Sciences-Po: Three lectures on 'Gravity and the welfare gains from trade'
Professor Giancarlo Corsetti, University of Cambridge: Three lectures on 'International dimensions of monetary policy'
Professor Christian Dustmann, University College London: Three lectures on 'Immigration'
Professor Brian Copeland, University of British Columbia: Three lectures on 'International trade and the environment'
Professor Peter Neary, University of Oxford: Three lectures on 'Firms, market structure and trade'
Professor James Anderson, Boston College: Three lectures on 'The gravity model'
Professor Jim Rauch, University of California: Three lectures on 'Interpersonal relationships in international trade'
Professor John Sutton , London School of Economics: Three lectures on 'The globalisation process'
Professor Robert Feenstra, University of California, Davis: Three lectures on 'New product varieties, the terms of trade and the measurement of real GDP'
Professor Jim Markusen, University of Colorado at Boulder: Three lectures on 'Multinational firms'
Carl Davidson, Michigan State University: Three Lectures on 'Trade and unemployment'
Alan Deardorff, University of Michigan: Three Lectures on 'The Heckscher-Ohlin model: Flaws, fixes and future'
Jonathan Eaton, Penn State University: Three Lectures on 'The firm in the world economy'