Trade Costs and international Trade Integration; Past Present and FutureMonday 15 Oct 2018
June 25-26, 2010
This conference brought together researchers from around the world who work in the general area of trade costs in international trade, both in the past and present. Papers discussed the determinants or the impact of trade costs (broadly defined) with theoretical or empirical methods. The conference also aimed at discussing the likely future trajectory of globalization and international trade.
Conference report by Dennis Novy: click here
Conference programme: click here
Local information: click here
Participants included (click the links for the conference papers):
- James Anderson (Boston College) paper
- Paul Bergin (UC Davis) paper
- Jeffrey Bergstrand (Notre Dame) paper
- John Brown (Clark University) paper
- Ivan Cherkashin (Penn State) paper
- Menzie Chinn (Wisconsin) paper
- Caroline Freund (World Bank) paper
- Keith Head (UBC) paper
- Beata Javorcik (Oxford) paper
- Volodymyr Lugovskyy (Georgia Tech) paper
- Sébastien Miroudot (OECD)
- Marcelo Olarreaga (Geneva) paper
- Michael Waugh (NYU Stern) paper
The conference took place on Friday/Saturday, June 25/26, 2010 and was held in the 15th century Palazzo Pesaro-Papafava, the conference facility of the University of Warwick in Venice, Italy.
The conference was sponsored by a grant from the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as well as by the new Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) at the Department of Economics, University of Warwick.