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The RIEF network organizes a yearly doctoral meeting which offers the opportunity for a limited number of PhD candidates or young PhDs to present their papers to active senior researchers in the field.
topics: - Productivity measurement and its determinants, - Spreading innovation across firms and globalisation, - External imbalances, adjustment to shocks and globalisation, - Productivity, income inequality and trade, - Firm growth and internationalization, - Trade and resource reallocation, -...
This programme addresses recent debates at the frontier of the field: the unbundling of production processes, the distributive effects of trade, the role of large firms in the global economy and finally the Ricardian revival: - Contemporary Ricardian Theory - Global Value Chains - Large firms in...
The annual event serves as a discussion forum on current cross-border compliance and anti-corruption issues and is directed towards state and local administration representatives, compliance managers of all kind of organizations and to associations as well as to lawyers and scientists. In five...
This course provides a self-contained set of lectures and tutorials to bring PhD students and practitioners up to speed in the area of empirical research using firm-level data. The course starts with an introduction to models of firm dynamics. Next, attention is paid to estimation of...
The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and experience among economists conducting quantitative analysis for policy and decision making in the public and private sectors. The conference will cover all areas of modeling applied to monetary, financial, fiscal, energy,...
Topics: - Integration, Trade and Capital Flows. - Transport and Logistics in International Trade. - International Production Networks. - International Migration and Local Development. - Economic Growth and the Impact of Shocks. - Monetary Economics. - The Economic Influence of Digitalization. -...
Economists working in the field of economic growth and international trade are invited to submit a paper or a long abstract (3 pages) for presentation at the Paris conference. Papers focusing on the global economy, trade dynamics, regional economics, international migration, equilibrium growth,...
Economists specializing in empirical international economics will present their latest research at this meeting.
ETSG conferences are open to any researcher with an interest in international trade issues. Everyone can submit a paper for presentation.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)