PARIS TRADE SEMINAR
The Paris Trade Seminar series presents recent works by French and foreign scholars about International trade and its frontiers with other fields. The seminar has become a major meeting point for trade economists in Paris. It is scheduled so as to ensure that participants and the guest speaker may pursue informal discussions at the end of the seminar.
Tuesday - 14:30 - 16:00.
Fall Semester 2019
September 24th - Pamela MEDINA QUISPE (Toronto)
Capital-Reallocation Frictions and Trade Shocks
October 8th - Paula BUSTOS (CEMFI)
Capital Accumulation and Structural Transformation
October 15th - Gene GROSSMAN (Princeton)
The 'New' Economics of Trade Agreements: From Trade Liberalization to Regulatory Convergence?
October 22nd - Carolina VILLEGAS SANCHEZ (ESADE)
Foreign Investment and Domestic Productivity: Identifying Knowledge Spillovers and Competition
November 5th - Wolfgang KELLER (University of Colorado Boulder)
Globalization, Gender and the Family
November 19th - Ben FABER (Berkeley)
Scaling Agricultural Policy Interventions: Theory and Evidence from Uganda
December 3rd - Monika MRAZOVA (University of Geneva)
IO for Export(s)
December 17th - Eddy BEKKERS (WTO)
The Welfare Effects of Trade Policy Experiments in Quantitative Trade Models: the Role of Solution Methods and Baseline Calibration
Winter / Spring Semester 2020
February 4th - Paolo GIORDANI (LUISS University, Rome)
Unintended Consequences: Can the Rise of the Educated Class Explain the Revival of Protectionism?
March 3rd - Peter EGGER (ETH Zürich)
Decomposing the Economic Effects of Transport Infrastructure
March 17th - Sharat GANAPATI (Georgetown University)
March 31st - Maria GUADALUPE (Visiting faculty, on leave from INSEAD)
April 28th - Harald FABINGER (University of Mannheim)
May 12th - Kyle HANDLEY (University of Michigan)
May 26th - Julian DI GIOVANNI (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
June 9th - Emily BLANCHARD (Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College)
June 23rd - Tibor BISEDES (Georgia Institute of Technology)