Selected course of the Kiel Institute Advanced Studies Program "International Trade: Advanced topics in gravity and geography"
Thierry Mayer (University Paris I) 1 – Why is gravity so universal? 2 – Border effects 3 – Trade with heterogeneity: gravity still rules 4 - The history of thought and facts in economic geography 5 - Interregional Trade and Market Size 6 - The Core–Periphery Structure 7 - Intermediate Goods, the Bell-Shaped Curve, and the Evolution of Regional Disparities 8 - Measuring Spatial Concentration 9 - Determinants of Spatial Concentration and Local Productivity 276 10 - The Empirics of Economic Geography
|Event dates:||2009-09-07 – 2009-09-18|
|Organizers:||Kiel Institute for the World Economy IfW|
|Conference venue:||Kiel, IfW|
|Classification:||F1 - Trade|
|Event type:||Seminare, Summer Schools, Symposien, Workshops; Seminars, Summer Schools, Symposiums, Workshops|