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

All Seminars

2021/22 seminars

GEP Seminar: Daniel Trefler (University of Toronto)

Date
05 October 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
AI, trade and creative destruction: A first look

GEP Seminar: Mathieu Parenti (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Date
12 October 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Quantifying profit shifting

GEP Weminar: Robert Feenstra (University of California-Davis)

Date
26 October 2021 (16:45-18:00)
Location:
Zoom
Description
A second-best argument for low optimal tariffs

GEP Seminar: Catherine Thomas (LSE)

Date
02 November 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
E07 Monica Partridge Building, MS Teams
Description
The perfect match: Positive assortative matching in mergers and acquisitions (E07, Monica Partridge Building)

GEP Seminar: Monika Mrazova (University of Geneva)

Date
09 November 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Not My standard: Regulatory harmonization versus diversity

GEP Seminar: Rocco Macchiavello (LSE)

Date
16 November 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Markups and quality: Evidence from Colombian coffee exports

GEP Seminar: Erik Hornung (University of Cologne)

Date
23 November 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
NAFTA and drug-related violence in Mexico

GEP Seminar: Jonas Cederlof (University of Edinburgh)

Date
30 November 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Reconsidering the cost of job loss: Evidence from redundancies and mass layoffs

GEP Seminar: Stefania Garetto (Boston University)

Date
07 December 2021 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
On the origins of the multinational premium

GEP Seminar: Nitya Pandalai-Nayar (University of Texas at Austin)

Date
08 February 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The local-area incidence of exporting

GEP Seminar: Stephen Yeaple (Pennsylvania State University)

Date
15 February 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Multinationals, markets, and mark-ups

GEP Seminar: Ana Maria Santacreu (Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis)

Date
22 February 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Dynamic gains from trade agreements with intellectual property provisions

GEP Seminar: Enghin Atalay (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)

Date
01 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Micro-and macroeconomic impacts of a place-based industrial policy

GEP Seminar: Tommaso Porzio (Columbia University)

Date
08 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Labour misallocation across firms and regions

GEP Seminar: Christina Gathmann (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research)

Date
22 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Marginal returns to citizenship and educational performance

GEP Seminar: Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim)

Date
29 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
A100 Law and Social Sciences
Description
Gravity with granularity (A100, L&SS)

GEP Seminar: Peter Egger (ETH Zurich)

Date
05 April 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
China's dazzling transport-infrastructure growth: Measurement and effects

GEP Seminar: Natalie Chen (University of Warwick)

Date
03 May 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
A42 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Markups, quality, and trade costs (A42, SCGB)

GEP Seminar: Adrien Bilal (Harvard University)

Date
10 May 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The geography of unemployment

 

2020/21 seminars

GEP Seminar: Xavier Jaravel (LSE)

Date
29 September 2020
Description
Price effects of trade with China

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)

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: Loren Brandt (University of Toronto)

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

GEP Webinar: Douglas Irwin (Dartmouth College)

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

GEP Seminar: Joan Llull (Autonoma Barcelona)

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

GEP Seminar: Paola Conconi (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

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

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

Date
17 November 2020
Description
Place-based redistribution

GEP Webinar: Pamela Medina (University of Toronto)

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

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: Nuno Limao (University of Maryland)

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

GEP Webinar: Jonas Hjort (Columbia University)

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

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

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

GEP Seminar: David Lagakos (Boston University)

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

GEP Webinar: Jo Van Biesebroeck (University of Leuven)

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

GEP Seminar: Yuhei Miyauchi (Boston University)

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

GEP Seminar: Andrei Levchenko (University of Michigan)

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

GEP Webinar: Sebastian Sotelo (University of Michigan)

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

 

2019/20 seminars

Paolo Vanin (University of Bologna)

Date
24 September 2019
Description
Historical roots of conflict in Europe: A disaggregated millennial perspective

Hylke Vandenbussche (University of Leuven)

Date
01 October 2019
Description
Input reallocation within multi-product firms

Jacob Weisdorf (University of Southern Denmark)

Date
08 October 2019
Description
The real road to riches: annual labour incomes across six centuries of English history, 1250-1850

Rahul Mukherjee (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva)

Date
15 October 2019
Description
Taxes and dual labour margins: A macroeconomic perspective

Thilo Huning (University of York)

Date
22 October 2019
Description
How Britain unified Germany: Endogenous trade costs and the formation of a Customs Union

Laura Hering (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Date
29 October 2019
Description
Looking for the bright side of the China Syndrome: Rising export opportunities and life satisfaction in China

Mark J Roberts (Pennsylvania State University)

Date
06 November 2019
Description
Firm R&D investment and export market exposure

Cancelled: Maurizio Zanardi (Lancaster University)

Date
12 November 2019
Description
Global value chains and the removal of trade protection (A64, SCGB)

Harald Fadinger (University of Mannheim)

Date
19 November 2019
Description
Trade and domestic policies in models with monopolistic competition

Martin Halla (University of Linz)

Date
26 November 2019
Description
Extractive institutions: A little goes a long way. The Soviet occupation of Germany versus Austria

GEP Seminar: Erin Hengel (University of Liverpool)

Date
03 December 2019
Description
Gender and quality at top economics journals (A64, SCGB)

GEP Seminar: Banu Demir Pakel (Bilkent University)

Date
10 December 2019
Description
Production networks and skill-biased technology (A64, SCGB)

GEP Seminar: Alexander Tarasov (National Research University Higher School of Economics)

Date
03 March 2020
Description
Trade and the spatial distribution of transport infrastructure (A64, SCGB)

GEP Seminar: Ariell Zimran (Vanderbilt University)

Date
10 March 2020
Description
Like an ink blot on paper: Testing the diffusion hypothesis of mass migration, Italy 1876-1920. (A64, SCGB)

 

2018/19 seminars

Oded Stark (University of Bonn)

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

Brendon McConnell (University of Southampton)

Date
02 October 2018
Description
On the marriage wage premium

Ariell Reshef (Paris School of Economics)

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

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

Halis Murat Yildiz (Ryerson University, Toronto)

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

Brian Varian (Swansea University)

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

Julia Cajal Grossi (The Graduate Institute)

Date
30 October 2018
Description
International buyers and firm performance

Jonathan Dingel (University of Chicago)

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

Marcelo Olarreaga (University of Geneva)

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

Carl Singleton (University of Reading)

Date
20 November 2018
Description
Cyclical labour costs within jobs

Yuan Zi (University of Oslo)

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

Andrei Potlogea (University of Edinburgh)

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

Rosario Crino (Catholic University of Milan)

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

Joel Stiebale (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)

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

Matteo Cervellati (University of Bologna)

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

Udo Kreickemeier (University of Göttingen)

Date
12 March 2019
Description
Exporting and offshoring with monopsonistic competition

Yanos Zylberberg (University of Bristol)

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

Toman Barsbai (University of St Andrews)

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

Sandra Sequeira (LSE)

Date
02 April 2019
Description
The economic consequences of displacement

 

2017/18 seminars

Kjetil Storesletten (University of Oslo)

Date
05 October 2017
Description
Barriers to entry and regional economic growth in China

Harald Fadinger (University of Mannheim)

Date
10 October 2017
Description
The real exchange rate, innovation and productivity

Monika Mrazova (University of Geneva)

Date
17 October 2017
Description
Choked by red tape? The political economy of wasteful trade barriers

Joan Monras CEMFI

Date
24 October 2017
Description
Immigrants' residential choices and their consequences

Emanuel Ornelas (Sao Paulo School of Economics, FGV)

Date
31 October 2017
Description
Preferential trade agreements and global sourcing

Nuno Palma (University of Manchester)

Date
07 November 2017
Description
The existence and persistence of liquidity effects: Evidence from a large-scale historical natural experiment

Beata Javorcik (University of Oxford)

Date
14 November 2017
Description
Foreign acquisitions and environmental performance: Evidence from Indonesian manufacturing plants

Steffen Sirries (IAB Nurnberg)

Date
21 November 2017
Description
Comparative statics quantification of structural migration gravity models

Esteban Jaimovich (University of Surrey)

Date
20 February 2018
Description
Roadways, input sourcing, and patterns of specialisation

David Dorn (University of Zurich)

Date
06 March 2018
Description
When work disappears: Manufacturing decline and the falling marriage-market value of young men

Ola Olsson (University of Gothenburg)

Date
13 March 2018
Description
Roman roads to prosperity? Persistence and non-persistence of public good provision in economic development

Isabelle Méjean (Ecole Polytechnique)

Date
20 March 2018
Description
Search frictions in international good markets

Assaf Razin (Tel Aviv University)

Date
22 March 2018
Description
Israel's immigration story: Winners and losers

Ingrid Kubin (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Date
25 April 2018
Description
The impact of Brexit on trade patterns and industry location: a NEG analysis

Gregory Jolivet (University of Bristol)

Date
01 May 2018
Description
A structural analysis of health and labour market trajectories

Gaia Narciso (Trinity College, Dublin)

Date
15 May 2018
Description
The deep roots of rebellion: Evidence from the Irish revolution

 

2016/17 seminars

Jakob Madsen (Monasth)

Date
04 October 2016
Description
Back to the Past: Is Growth Reverting to Pre-Industrial Levels?

Valerio Dotti (University College London)

Date
25 October 2016
Description
The Political Economy of Immigration and Population Ageing

Dennis Novy (University of Warwick)

Date
08 November 2016
Description
Currency unions, trade, and heterogeneity

Reshad Nazir Ahsan (University of Melbourne)

Date
15 November 2016
Description
Trade Liberalization and Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in Urban India

Joaquin Blaum (Brown University)

Date
22 November 2016
Description
The Gains from Input Trade With Heterogeneous Importers

Nicolas Berman (Aix Marseille)

Date
29 November 2016
Description
Demand learning and firm dynamics: evidence from exporters

Johannes Boehm (Sciences Po)

Date
06 December 2016
Description
Misallocation in the Market for Inputs

Clément Imbert (University of Warwick)

Date
07 February 2017
Description
Internal Migration and Firm Growth: Evidence from China

GEP Seminar - Jens Suedekum (Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics)

Date
14 February 2017
Description
Adjusting to Globalisation – Evidence from Worker-Establishment Matches in Germany (B2, Hemsley)

GEP Seminar - Max Friedrich Steinhardt (Helmut Schmidt University)

Date
21 February 2017
Description
The impact of xenophobic violence on the integration of immigrants (A09, Highfield House)

*CANCELLED* GEP Seminar - Tim Uy (Cambridge University)

Date
28 February 2017
Description
*CANCELLED* Self-fulfilling debt restructuring (A40, SCGB)

Gonzague Vannoorenberghe (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Date
07 March 2017
Description
Inter-sectoral labour reallocation in the short run: the role of occupational similarity

Martina Viarengo (The Graduate Institute, Geneva)

Date
14 March 2017
Description
Nation building through compulsory schooling during the age of mass migration

Kristy Buzard (Syracuse University)

Date
16 March 2017
Description
Self-enforcing trade agreements and lobbying

Catherine Thomas (LSE)

Date
28 March 2017
Description
In-house and arm's length: Productivity heterogeneity and variation in organisational form

GEP Seminar - Daniel Bernhofen (American University)

Date
12 June 2017
Description
David Ricardo's 1817 comparative advantage formulation at 200: a brief history and new insights (A09, Highfield House)

 

Seminars 2015/16

Maarten Bosker ( Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Date
29 September 2015
Description
A theory of trade in a global production network

Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr (Federal Reserve Board)

Date
06 October 2015
Description
Learning and the Value of Relationships in International Trade

Mathieu Parenti (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Date
13 October 2015
Description
Demand, technology, and the size distribution of firms

Luca Opromolla - Bank of Portugal

Date
20 October 2015
Description
Productivity and Organization in Portuguese Firms

Gabriel Felbermayr (Ifo Institute)

Date
27 October 2015
Description
Trade and the Spatial Distribution of Transport Infrastructure

Facundo Albornoz (University of Nottingham)

Date
10 November 2015
Description
Importing after Exporting

Gregory Corcos (Ecole Polytechnique)

Date
17 November 2015
Description
Trade Liberalization and the Link Between Services and Goods Trade at the Firm Level

Kerem Cosar (Stockholm School of Economics)

Date
26 November 2015
Description
Economic analysis of ancient trade: the case of the old Assyrian merchants of the 19th Century BCE

Natalie Chen (University of Warwick)

Date
01 December 2015
Description
Quality and the Great Trade Collapse

Veronica Rappoport (LSE)

Date
09 February 2016
Description
Specialization in Bank Lending: Evidence from Exporting Firms

Beata Javorcik (University of Oxford)

Date
16 February 2016
Description
Grin and Bear It: Producer-financed Exports from an Emerging Market

Holger Breinlich (University of Nottingham)

Date
23 February 2016
Description
The Impact of Trade Agreements on Consumer Welfare

Udo Kreickemeier (TU Dresden)

Date
01 March 2016
Description
Offshoring, Firm Selection and Job Polarization in General Equilibrium

Holger Gorg (Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel)

Date
08 March 2016
Description
Which Boats are lifted by a Foreign Tide? Direct and Indirect Wage Effects of Foreign Ownership

Kalina Manova (University of Oxford)

Date
15 March 2016
Description
Managing trade: evidence from China and the US

Fabiano Schivardi (Bocconi University)

Date
26 April 2016
Description
Learning entrepreneurship from other entrepreneurs?

George Alessandria (University of Rochester)

Date
05 May 2016
Description
The Dynamics of the U.S. Trade Balance and Real Exchange Rate: The J Curve and Trade Costs?

Shengyu Li (University of Durham)

Date
10 May 2016
Description
Input Prices, Productivity and Trade: Evidence from Chinese Paint Manufacturers.

Fernando Vega-Redondo (Bocconi University)

Date
17 May 2016
Description
Production Networks

Guillermo Noguera (University of Warwick)

Date
24 May 2016
Description
Firm Performance in a Global Value Chain: Dressing Up in Bangladesh

Esther Hauk (Institute for Economic Analysis, Barcelona)

Date
31 May 2016
Description
Optimal Policy with Endogenous Signal Extraction

 

Seminars 2014/15

Juan Carluccio (Banque de France)

Date
30 September 2014
Description
"Trade, Wages, and Collective Bargaining: Evidence from France"

Thierry Mayer (Paris)

Date
07 October 2014
Description
"From micro to macro: Demand and supply-side determinants of the trade elasticity"

Paolo Masella (University of Sussex)

Date
14 October 2014
Description
The Long Lasting Effects of Socialist Education

Kerem Cosar (University of Chicago)

Date
21 October 2014
Description
Taste Heterogeneity, Trade Costs, and Global Market Outcomes in the Automobile Industry

Luigi Pascali (University of Warwick)

Date
28 October 2014
Description
The Wind of Change: Maritime Technology, Trade and Economic Development

Andreas Moxnes (University of Oslo)

Date
11 November 2014
Description
Production Networks, Geography and Firm Performance

Doireann Fitzgerald (The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis)

Date
18 November 2014
Description
Exporters and Shocks: Dissecting the International Elasticity Puzzle

Luigi Minale, (UCL)

Date
25 November 2014
Description
Information and Crime Perceptions: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Yotam Margalit (Tel Aviv University)

Date
02 December 2014
Description
Informed Preferences? The Impact of Unions on Workers' Policy Views

Wolfgang Keller (University of Colorado)

Date
09 December 2014
Description
The Contributions of Institutions and Market Integration to Economic Development: Evidence from 19th Century Germany

Mariya Teteryatnikova (University of Vienna)

Date
03 February 2015
Description
R&D in the Network of International Trade: Multilateral versus Regional Trade Agreements

Steven Poelhekke (VU University Amsterdam)

Date
10 February 2015
Description
Former Foreign Affiliates: Cast Out and Outperformed?

Pierre-Louis Vezina (University of Birmingham)

Date
17 February 2015
Description
There goes gravity: eBay and the death of distance

Keith Head (University of British Columbia)

Date
24 February 2015
Description
Geography, Ties, and Knowledge Flows

Hale Utar (Bielefeld University)

Date
03 March 2015
Description
Workers beneath the floodgates: The impact of removing trade quotas for China on Danish workers

Holger Breinlich (University of Essex)

Date
10 March 2015
Description
Merger Policy in a Quantitative Model of International Trade

Simon Evenett (University of St.Gallen)

Date
13 March 2015
Description
How Crisis-Era Trade Distortions Slowed Down the LDC Export Growth Machine

Giacomo Ponzetto (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

Date
24 March 2015
Description
Should Different People Have Different Governments?

Julian di Giovanni (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

Date
28 April 2015
Description
The Micro Origins of International Business Cycle Comovement

Radek Stefanski (University of St Andrews)

Date
05 May 2015
Description
Spend, Baby, Spend: Windfalls, Specialization and Misallocation

Ana Fernandes (University of Exeter)

Date
12 May 2015
Description
Trade-induced Quality Upgrading: Transaction-level Evidence from Portugal

Vadym Volosovych (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Date
19 May 2015
Description
Foreign Ownership, Selection, and Productivity

Cheng Chen (University of Hong Kong)

Date
26 May 2015
Description
The Agency Problem, Trade Liberalization and Within-Firm Productivity Gains: Theory and Evidence?

 

Seminars 2013/14

Holger Gorg - University of Kiel

Date
30 September 2013
Description
Trust-based work arrangements and innovation: Evidence from firm level data (A09 HH)

Thomas Sampson, LSE

Date
07 October 2013
Description
Dynamic Selection and the New Gains from Trade with Heterogeneous Firms (A09, Highfield House)

Paolo Epifani (Bocconi University)

Date
14 October 2013
Description
"Trade Imbalances and Wage Inequality" (C22, Coates Building)

Ufuk Akcigit, University of Pennsylvania

Date
21 October 2013
Description
"Technological Leadership and Innovation Policy in the World Economy" (A11 Highfield House)

Chris Parsons, University of Oxford

Date
28 October 2013
Description
'Migrant Networks and Trade: The Vietnamese Boat People as a Natural Experiment' (A11 Highfield House)

Philip Sauré - Swiss National Bank

Date
11 November 2013
Description
"Spatial Competition in Quality" (A09, HH)

Xenia Matschke, Trier University

Date
18 November 2013
Description
"U.S. Multinationals and Preferential Market Access". (A09 Highfield House)

Jens Südekum, University of Duisburg-Essen

Date
25 November 2013
Description
"Global sourcing of complex production processes" (A11, Highfield House)

Hylke Vandenbussche (Université Catholique de Louvain)

Date
02 December 2013
Description
"Verti-zontal Differentiation in Export Markets" (A11, HH)

Klaus Desmet (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Date
27 January 2014
Description
"On the Spatial Economic Impact of Global Warming"

Giordano Mion, University of Surrey

Date
03 February 2014
Description
"Markup shocks, demand shocks and productivity shocks"(A09, HH)

Carsten Eckel, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich

Date
10 February 2014
Description
CATs and DOGs (C26, Portland)

Julien Prat, CREST, Paris

Date
17 February 2014
Description
"Firm Dynamics and Residual Inequality in Open Economies" (A09, HH)

Ferdinand Rauch, University of Oxford

Date
24 February 2014
Description
Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012 (A09 HH)

Jiahua Che, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Date
03 March 2014
Description
Career Concerns, Beijing Style (C26, Portland)

GEP Workshop/Seminar - Ray Riezman (University of Iowa)

Date
04 March 2014
Description
"The Quantitative Importance of Openness in Development" (B7 Hemsley)

Vernon Henderson (LSE)

Date
10 March 2014
Description
Roads, Railroads and Decentralization of Chinese Cities (C26, Portland)

Dominik Hangartner (LSE)

Date
17 March 2014
Description
"Does Direct Democracy Hurt Immigrant Minorities? Evidence from Naturalization Decisions in Switzerland" (C26, Portland)

Giammario Impullitti (University of Nottingham)

Date
24 March 2014
Description
'Globalization and State Capitalism: Assessing Vietnam's Accession to the WTO' (A09 Highfield House)

Gino Gancia (CREI, Spain)

Date
31 March 2014
Description
"Offshoring and Directed Technical Change" (A09 Highfield House)

Lorenzo Caliendo (Yale)

Date
11 April 2014
Description
"The Anatomy of French Production Hierarchies"

Cristina Terra (THEMA, Université de Cergy-Pontoise)

Date
12 May 2014
Description
"Current Account and Real Exchange Rate changes: the impact of Trade Openness"

Meredith Crowley (University of Cambridge)

Date
29 May 2014
Description
Market-specific Cost Shocks and Firm Export Behaviour (A40, SCGB)

Emanuel Ornelas (LSE)

Date
02 June 2014
Description
Political Competition and the Limits of Political Compromise (A40, SCGB)

Gonzague Vannoorenberghe (Tilburg University)

Date
16 June 2014
Description
Volatility and Diversification of Exports: Theory and Evidence (A40, SCGB)

John Romalis (University of Sydney)

Date
30 June 2014
Description
International Prices and Endogenous Quality (A40,SCGB)

Giovanni Federico (University of Pisa)

Date
15 July 2014
Description
"A Tale of Two Globalizations: World Trade 1800-2000" (A44,SCGB)

 

Seminars 2012/13

GEP Seminar - Harald Fadinger (Vienna)

Date
01 October 2012
Description
Trade Policy: Home Market Effect versus Terms-of-Trade Externality

GEP Seminar - Michele Imbruno (Nottingham)

Date
08 October 2012
Description
Trade Liberalization, Firm Productivity and the Role of Trade Intermediaries: Evidence from China

GEP Seminar - Alessandra Guariglia (Birmingham)

Date
15 October 2012
Description
A Balancing Act: Managing Financial Constraints and Agency Costs to Minimize Investment Inefficiency in the Chinese Market

GEP Seminar - Greg Wright (Essex)

Date
22 October 2012
Description
Immigration, Offshoring and American Jobs

GEP Seminar - Gianmarco Ottaviano (LSE)

Date
05 November 2012
Description
Market Size, Competition, and the Product Mix of Exporters

GEP Seminar - Giovanni Facchini (Nottingham)

Date
12 November 2012
Description
The political economy of trade and migration: Evidence from the US Congress

GEP Seminar - Alexander Tarasov (Munich)

Date
26 November 2012
Description
"Trade in Tasks and the Organization of Firms"

GEP Seminar - Beata Javorcik, Oxford

Date
04 February 2013
Description
WTO Accession and Tariff Evasion

GEP Seminar - Natalia Chen, Warwick

Date
11 February 2013
Description
"Quality and Exchange Rate Pass-Through: Firm-Level Evidence for Argentinean Wine".

GEP Seminar - Andreas Hoefele, Loughborough University

Date
25 February 2013
Description
Payment Choice and International Trade: Theory and Evidence from Cross-country Firm Level Data

Joint GEP Seminar/NSE Workshop - Andrei Levchenko, University of Michigan

Date
13 March 2013
Description
Ricardian Productivity Differences and the Gains from Trade

GEP Seminar - Dennis Novy, University of Warwick

Date
29 April 2013
Description
"Trade and Uncertainty" (A39, SCGB)

GEP Seminar - Amit Khandelwal (Columbia University)

Date
13 May 2013
Description
Prices, Markups and Trade Reform (A39, SCGB)

GEP Seminar - Doug Nelson, Tulane University

Date
17 May 2013
Description
Prospects for Constitutionalization of the WTO

GEP Seminar - Agelos Delis, (Aston University)

Date
20 May 2013
Description
Factor Content of Trade and Intermediate Inputs (A39)

GEP Seminar - Heiwai Tang (Tufts University and Johns Hopkins University)

Date
23 May 2013
Description
Domestic Value Added in Chinese Exports: Firm-level Evidence (A39, SCGB)

 

Seminars 2012

GEP Seminar - Facundo Albornoz-Crespo (University of Birmingham)

Date
06/02/2012
Description
Civil War and Foreign Influence

GEP Seminar - Holger Breinlich (University of Essex)

Date
20/02/2012
Description
Economic Geography and Industrialisation

GEP Seminar - John Morrow (Centre for Economic Performance LSE)

Date
27/02/2012
Description
The Impact of Integration on Productivity and Welfare Distortions Under Monopolistic Competition

GEP Seminar - Zouheir El-Sahli (GEP, University of Nottingham)

Date
05/03/2012
Description
Estimating the Effects of Containerization on World Trade

GEP Seminar - Swati Dhingra (LSE)

Date
19/03/2012
Description
Trading Away Wide Brands for Cheap Brands

GEP Seminar - Arnaud Costinot (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Date
02/05/2012
Description
How Large Are the Gains from Economic Integration? Theory and Evidence from US. Agriculture 1880-2002

GEP Seminar - Eric Verhoogen (Columbia University)

Date
09/05/2012
Description
Export Destinations and Input Prices: Evidence from Portugal

GEP Seminar - Ben Guanyi Li (Boston College)

Date
21/05/2012
Description
Heterogeneous Productivity, Heterogeneous Fixed Trade Costs and Export Decisions

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