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 Zhihong Yu and Alessandro Ruggieri. Seminars are Tuesday 4.30pm unless stated otherwise.  

Upcoming seminars

There are currently no upcoming seminars.

 

Previous 2020/21 seminars

GEP Seminar: Navid Sabet (Goethe University)

Date
25 May 2021
Description
Legal status, local spending and political empowerment: The distributional consequences of the 1986 IRCA

GEP Seminar: Carl Davidson (Michigan State University)

Date
18 May 2021
Description
Globalization, recruitment and job mobility

GEP Webinar: Sebastian Sotelo (University of Michigan)

Date
11 May 2021
Description
Migration, specialization, and trade: Evidence from Brazil's march to the west

GEP Seminar: Andrei Levchenko (University of Michigan)

Date
20 April 2021
Description
Globalization, structural change and international co-movement

GEP Seminar: Yuhei Miyauchi (Boston University)

Date
23 March 2021
Description
Matching and agglomeration: Theory and evidence from Japanese firm-to-firm trade

GEP Webinar: Jo Van Biesebroeck (University of Leuven)

Date
09 March 2021
Description
Comparative advantage in (non-) routine production

GEP Seminar: David Lagakos (Boston University)

Date
02 March 2021
Description
Quantifying the importance of tax collection capacity for development

GEP Seminar: Gaurav Khanna (University of California, San Diego)

Date
23 February 2021
Description
The productivity consequences of pollution-induced migration in China.

GEP Webinar: Mingyu Chen (Princeton University)

Date
09 February 2021
Description
The value of US college education in global labour markets: Experimental evidence from China

GEP Webinar: Jonas Hjort (Columbia University)

Date
02 February 2021
Description
Individuals and organizations as sources of state effectiveness

GEP Webinar: Nuno Limao (University of Maryland)

Date
15 December 2020
Description
Firm input choice under trade policy uncertainty

GEP Seminar: Thilo Albers (Humboldt)

Date
08 December 2020
Description
Losing the gains from trade: Evidence from the trade multiplier of the Great Depression

GEP Webinar: Pamela Medina (University of Toronto)

Date
24 November 2020
Description
Labour Market Power, Selection and Informality in Peru

GEP webinar: Cecile Gaubert (University of California - Berkeley)

Date
17 November 2020
Description
Place-based redistribution

GEP Seminar: Paola Conconi (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Date
10 November 2020
Description
Trade protection along supply chains (via Zoom)

GEP Seminar: Joan Llull (Autonoma Barcelona)

Date
03 November 2020
Description
Labour market competition and the assimilation of immigrants

GEP Webinar: Douglas Irwin (Dartmouth College)

Date
27 October 2020
Description
The economic consequences of Sir Robert Peel (via Zoom)

GEP webinar: Loren Brandt (University of Toronto)

Date
20 October 2020
Description
Serial entrepreneurship in China (via zoom)

Joint Senior Academic/GEP Seminar: Robert Staiger (Dartmouth College)

Date
13 October 2020
Description
Quantitative analysis of multi-party tariff negotiations (via Zoom)

GEP Webinar: Kai Gehring (University of Zurich)

Date
06 October 2020
Description
China and the World Bank: How contrasting development approaches affect the stability of african states (via Zoom)

GEP Seminar: Xavier Jaravel (LSE)

Date
29 September 2020
Description
Price effects of trade with China

 

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