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

GEP Seminar Series

The Centre hosts a high quality seminar series. This is a weekly event and attracts speakers with high international visibility. The Seminar Organisers are Alejandro Riano and Zhihong Yu. Seminars are Tuesday 12-1pm unless stated otherwise.  

Upcoming seminars

GEP Seminar: Edurado Morales (Princeton University)

Date
29 May 2019 (12:00-13:15)
Location:
A64, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Shift-share designs: Theory and inference (A64, SCGB)

*Cancelled* GEP Seminar: Miguel Almunia (CUNEF, Madrid)

Date
04 June 2019 (12:00-13:15)
Location:
A64, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Venting out: Exports during a domestic slump (A64, SCGB)

GEP Seminar: Giuseppe Russo (University of Salerno)

Date
11 June 2019 (12:00-13:30)
Location:
A64, Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Electoral systems and immigration (A64, SCGB)

 

Previous 2018/19 seminars

GEP Seminar: Liliana Varela (University of Warwick)

Date
21 May 2019
Description
Exchange rate exposure and firm dynamics (A64, SCGB)

Sandra Sequeira (LSE)

Date
02 April 2019
Description
The economic consequences of displacement

Toman Barsbai (University of St Andrews)

Date
26 March 2019
Description
Animal spirits: The natural geography of economic behaviour

Yanos Zylberberg (University of Bristol)

Date
19 March 2019
Description
Migrants and firms: Evidence from China

Udo Kreickemeier (University of Göttingen)

Date
12 March 2019
Description
Exporting and offshoring with monopsonistic competition

Matteo Cervellati (University of Bologna)

Date
05 March 2019
Description
Sovereign polities and pre-industrial development: Theory and evidence for Europe 1000-1850

Joel Stiebale (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)

Date
19 February 2019
Description
Mergers and the markups of rival firms: Evidence from european markets

Rosario Crino (Catholic University of Milan)

Date
11 December 2018
Description
Firms and economic performance: A view from trade

Andrei Potlogea (University of Edinburgh)

Date
04 December 2018
Description
Trade liberalization and economic development: Evidence from China's WTO accession

Yuan Zi (University of Oslo)

Date
27 November 2018
Description
Super processors and two-way heterogeneity

Carl Singleton (University of Reading)

Date
20 November 2018
Description
Cyclical labour costs within jobs

Marcelo Olarreaga (University of Geneva)

Date
13 November 2018
Description
On the heterogeneous effects of trade on unemployment

Jonathan Dingel (University of Chicago)

Date
06 November 2018
Description
The spatial structure of productivity, trade, and inequality: Evidence from the global climate

Julia Cajal Grossi (The Graduate Institute)

Date
30 October 2018
Description
International buyers and firm performance

Brian Varian (Swansea University)

Date
23 October 2018
Description
The economics of Edwardian imperial preference: what can New Zealand reveal?

Halis Murat Yildiz (Ryerson University, Toronto)

Date
16 October 2018
Description
Tariff bindings and the dynamic formation of preferential trade agreements

Mario Larch (University of Bayreuth)

Date
12 October 2018
Description
Trade, fossil fuel supply, and leakage: The consequences of unilateral withdrawals from the Paris agreement

Ariell Reshef (Paris School of Economics)

Date
09 October 2018
Description
Techies, trade, and skill-biased productivity: Firm level evidence from France

Brendon McConnell (University of Southampton)

Date
02 October 2018
Description
On the marriage wage premium

Oded Stark (University of Bonn)

Date
25 September 2018
Description
A downside to the integration of regions and nations

 

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