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Visitors to GEP

GEP hosts a number of visits each year from colleagues from the UK and overseas. Visits are typically of one week's duration and allow an opportunity for colleagues from other institutions to present a seminar in the GEP Seminar Series and to interact with GEP colleagues.

Recent visitors to GEP

Ray Riezman

Ray Riezman

Doug Nelson

Doug Nelson

Jiahua Che

Jiahua Che

Arnaud Costinot

Arnaud Costinot

Eleonora Patacchini

Eleonora Patacchini

 

Carl Davidson

Carl Davidson

Peter Egger

Peter Egger

 

 

 

 

Visitors in 2015

  • Mario Bossler, IAB, Nuremburg
  • Giacomo Ponzetto, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Visitors in 2014

  • Professor Ray Riezman, University of Iowa
  • Professor Jiahua Che, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Professor Doug Nelson, Tulane University
  • Rui Zhang, Toulouse School of Economics 

Visitors in 2013

  • Dr Eleonora Patacchini, Syracuse University

Visitors in 2012

  • Professor John McLaren, University of Virginia
  • Dr Roberto Bonfatti, University of Oxford
  • Professor Arnaud Costinot, MIT
  • Professor Rod Falvey, Bond University
  • Professor Udo Kreickemeier, Tübingen University
  • Dr Emanuel Ornelas, LSE
  • Professor Ray Riezman, University of Iowa
  • Professor Carl Davidson, Michigan State University
 

Visitors in 2011

  • Professor James Anderson, Boston College
  • Professor Ingrid Kubin, Vienna University of Economics and Business
  • Kate Barker, Special Adviser at Credit Suisse
  • Professor Hartmut Egger, University of Bayreuth
  • Lord Wolfson, Chief Executive of Next
  • Professor Gabriel Felbermayr, Ifo and University of Munich
  • Professor Robert Staiger, Stanford University 
  • Jennifer Abel Koch, University of Mainz 
 

Visitors before 2011

Visitors from the UK

  • Professor David Blanchflower, Dartmouth College and Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (January 2009)
  • Roger Bootle, Capital Economics (October 2010)
  • Mr Rhys Bowen, HM Treasury (May 2008)
  • Professor Nicholas Crafts, University of Warwick (November 2008)
  • Paul Crawford, BERR (May 2009) 
  • Dr Robert Elliott , University of Birmingham (May 2006, April 2004)
  • Mr Andrew Gurney, HM Treasury (May 2005)
  • Will Hutton, The Work Foundation (November 2006)
  • Dr Beata Javorcik, University of Oxford (May 2009)
  • Neil Kenward, HM Treasury (May 2006)
  • Andrew McLaughlin, Royal Bank of Scotland (November 2010)
  • Gavin Menzies, Author of ‘1421 The Year China Discovered the World' (December 2006)
  • Dr Catia Montagna, Dundee University (May 2006, November 2006, May 2003, November 2002)
  • Mr Hamid Mughal, Executive Vice President, Rolls-Royce plc (April 2008) 
  • Dr Volker Nocke, University of Oxford (May 2009)
  • Professor Chris Pissarides, London School of Economics (May 2009)
  • Tom Rogers, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (May 2009)
  • Professor John Sutton, London School of Economics (February 2009)
  • Professor Tony Thirlwall, University of Kent (May 2004)
  • Professor Tony Venables, Department for International Development (May 2006)
  • Mr Ken Warwick, Department of Trade and Industry (May 2006, May 2005, May 2004)
  • Professor Alan Winters, Chief Economist, Department for International Development (October 2009)
  • Andrew Witty, GlaxoSmithKline (November 2009)
  • Martin Wolf, The Financial Times (March 2010, March 2006, October 2008)
  • Professor Ian Wooton, University of Strathclyde (October 2006)
  • Mr John Wrathmell, HM Treasury (May 2008)

Previous visitors to GEP from the USA

  • Professor James Anderson, Boston College (May 2009)
  • Professor Pol Antràs, Harvard University (November 2009)
  • Professor Jeff Bergstrand, University of Notre Dame (April 2006)
  • Professor Eric Bond, Penn State University (March 2002)
  • Professor John Brown, Clark University (June 2010, October 2005, October 2008)
  • Professor Carl Davidson, Michigan State University (June 2010, May 2006 , October 2006, March 2005, March 2004, March 2003, May 2002)
  • Professor Ron Davies, University of Oregon (April 2007)
  • Professor Alan Deardorff, University of Michigan (May 2007, October 2005, May 2004, December 2002)
  • Professor Peter Debaere, University of Texas (April 2007)
  • Professor Jonathan Eaton, New York University (May 2007, December 2004)
  • Professor Carsten Eckel, University of Bamberg (February 2009)
  • Professor Rob Feenstra, University of California at Davis (April 2008)
  • Professor Richard Freeman, Harvard University (June 2003)
  • James Harrigan, New York Federal Reserve Bank (May 2007)
  • Dr Beata Smarzynska Javorcik, The World Bank (May 2004)
  • Professor Gary Jefferson, Brandeis University (May 2006)
  • Professor Wolfgang Keller, University of Texas (May 2003)
  • Professor Kala Krishna, Penn State University (November 2003)
  • Professor Philip McCalman, University of California Santa Cruz (November 2008)
  • Professor Jim Markusen, University of Colorado at Boulder (February 2007)
  • Professor Steve Matusz, Michigan State University  (November 2006, May 2005, May 2004, May 2003, May 2002, May 2008)
  • Professor Frode Meland, Bergen University (March 2009)
  • Professor Marc Melitz, Harvard University (October 2003)
  • Professor Doug Nelson, Tulane University (June 2002, May 2008)
  • Professor Arvind Panagariya, University of Maryland (October 2002)
  • Jonathan Portes, Department for Work and Pensions (May 2008)
  • Professor James Rauch, University of California (May 2008, February 2010)
  • Professor Thomas Rawski, University of Pittsburgh (May 2009)
  • Professor Ray Riezman, University of Iowa (April 2009, June 2007, March 2006, May 2005, March 2004, January 2003, April 2008)
  • Professor Mark Roberts, Penn State University (May 2008)
  • Professor Dani Rodrik, Harvard University (October 2007)
  • Professor Todd Sandler, University of Southern California (March 2003)
  • Professor Vitor Trindade, University of Missouri-Columbia (October 2006)
  • Professor Jim Tybout, Penn State University (October 2009, May 2006, May 2005)
  • Professor John Whalley, University of Western Ontario (April 2006)

Previous visitors to GEP from Europe

  • Professor Bob Anderton, European Central Bank (May 2003)
  • Professor Richard Baldwin, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva (June 2006)
  • Mr Alessio Brown, Kiel Institute for World Economics (August 2005)
  • Professor Marius Brülhart, University of Lausanne (April 2004 and February 2008)
  • Professor Nancy Chau, Cornell University (October 2007)
  • Professor Ron Davies, University College Dublin (October 2010)
  • Dr Hartmut Egger, University of Zurich (February 2009, March 2007, May 2006, February 2006, March 2005, September 2004)
  • Professor Peter Egger, Munich University (July 2010, June 2009, February 2008, May 2008, March 2007, May 2006, February 2006, May 2005, March 2005, September 2004)
  • Professor Simon Evenett, University of St Gallen (August 2005)
  • Professor Gabriel Felbermayr, Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen (November 2007)
  • Dr Switgard Feuerstein, University of Erfurt (April 2010, August 2008)
  • Professor Joe Francois, Johannes Kepler University, Linz (March 2008)
  • Professor Richard Friberg, Stockholm School of Economics (May 2006)
  • Professor Michael Funke, Hamburg University (May 2008)
  • Professor Holger Görg, Christian-Albrechts University (October 2009)
  • Dr Joakim Gullstrand, Lund University (October 2003, April 2003, November 2002)
  • Dr Sébastien Jean, CEPII, Paris (May 2004)
  • Professor Wilhelm Kohler, Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen (March 2010, May 2007, February 2007)
  • Sam Laird, UNCTAD (April 2002)
  • Professor Mario Larch, Ifo, Institute for Economic Research (Feburary 2010)
  • Professor Teresa Lloyd-Braga, Lisbon Catholic University (June 2002)
  • Dr Matthias Luecke, Kiel Institute for World Economics (August 2005)
  • John Martin, OECD (May 2006, November 2005)
  • Professor Jürgen Meckl, University of Giessen (June 2006 and April 2008)
  • Professor Peter Neary, University College Dublin (May 2006)
  • Professor Jørgen Ulff-Møller Nielsen, Aarhus Business School (May 2007)
  • Professor Gianmarco Ottaviano, University of Bologna (May 2006, April 2008)
  • Professor Nicolas Péridy, University of Nantes (January 2006)
  • Professor Michael Pflüger, University of Passau (March 2010)
  • Professor Horst Raff, University of Kiel  (November 2006)
  • Professor Pascalis Raimondos-Møller, University of Copenhagen (March 2006, August 2004, February 2002, March 2008, February 2010)
  • Stefano Scarpetta, OECD (May 2009)
  • Professor Koen Schoors, Ghent University (September 2006)
  • Professor Philipp Schröder, Aarhus School of Business (June 2005)
  • Professor Hans-Werner Sinn, University of Munich (October 2005)
  • Dr Fredrik Sjoholm, Stockholm School of Economics (November 2002, June 2002, May 2008)
  • Professor Odd Rune Straume, University of Minho (October 2007)
  • Dr Farid Toubal, University of Angers (November 2009)
  • Professor Dr Josef Zweimüller, University of Zurich (November 2007)

Previous visitors to GEP from the rest of the World

  • Professor Peter Dawkins, University of Melbourne (August 2002)
  • Dr Saileshsingh Gunessee, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China (May 2009)
  • Professor Keith Head, University of British Columbia (October 2004)
  • Professor Arye Hillman, Bar-Ilan University (February 2005)
  • Professor Tomohiko Inui, Nihon University (March 2009, February 2008, August 2008)
  • Professor Keiko Ito, Senshu University (March 2009)
  • Dr Naohiko Ijiri, Nihon University (February 2008, August 2008)
  • Dr Mark Melatos, University of Sydney (June 2003)
  • Dr Cassey Lee, University of Nottingham, Malaysia (May 2008)
  • Professor Kui-Wai Li, City University Hong Kong (April 2008)
  • Dr Chang Liu, University of Nottingham, Ningbo (May 2010)
  • Sugata Marjit, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta (November 2010, June 2009)
  • Dr Rasyad Parinduri, University of Nottingham, Malaysia (May 2009)
  • Dr Subramaniam Pillay, University of Nottingham Malaysia (February 2008)
  • Logan Rangasamy, South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria (October 2008)
  • Professor Martin Richardson, Australian National University (June 2004)
  • Dr Hui Boon Tan, University of Nottingham, Malaysia (May 2010)
  • Professor Masayuki Tanimoto, University of Tokyo (October 2005)
  • Dr Katsumi Matsuura, Hitotsubashi University (July 2007)
  • Professor Toshiyuki Matsuura, Hitotsubashi University (March 2009)
  • Dr Puyang Sun, Nankai University (July 2010)
  • Professor Rod Tyers, Australian National University (June 2004)
  • Dr Niven Winchester, University of Otago (May 2007)
 

 

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