FALL 2012 SCHEDULE
International Trade Seminar
DATE / SPEAKER / PRESENTATION
Davin Chor, Singapore Management University (IES Kenen Fellow 2012-2013)
"Organizing the Global Value Chain"
Ralph Ossa, The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
"Trade Wars and Trade Talks with Data"
October 4 - (Joint seminar with CEE at 12:15 p.m. in Engineering Quad, Room E219)
Dave Donaldson, MIT
"Evolving Comparative Advantage and the Impact of Climate Change in Agricultural Markets: Evidence from a 9 Million-Field Partition of the Earth"
"Can Openness to Trade Reduce Income Volatility? Evidence from Colonial India's Famine Era"
October 4 - 200 Fisher Hall at 4:15 p.m.
Hyun Shin, Princeton University
"Working Capital, Inventories, and Optimal Offshoring"
Cecilia Fieler, University of Pennsylvania
"Trade, Competition and Quality-Upgrading: A Theory with Evidence from Colombia"
Gordon Hanson, University of California, San Diego
"Trade Adjustment: Worker Level Evidence"
October 25 - No IES seminar (Department-Wide Seminar with Mark Aguiar on October 22)
November 1 - No seminar (Fall Break)
Kiminori Matsuyama, Northwestern University
"Geographical Advantage: Home Market Effect in a Multi-country World"
Tomasz Święcki, Princeton University
"Intersectoral Distortions, Structural Change and the Welfare Gains from Trade"
November 22 - No seminar (Thanksgiving)
Pablo Fajgelbaum, University of California, Los Angeles
"Market Access and Regional Specialization in a Ricardian World"
Karyne Charbonneau, Princeton University
"Multiple Fixed Effects in Nonlinear Panel Data Models - Theory and Evidence"
David Atkin, Yale University
"Who's Getting Globalized: The Size and Nature of Intranational Trade Costs"
ALL SEMINARS WILL
TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAYS FROM 4:15 TO 5:45 P.M. IN 200 FISHER HALL
UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
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