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Upcoming Seminars in International Economics (Online Events)
- 08-04-2021: Patent Boxes and the Success Rate of Patent Applications
- 29-04-2021: Border Policies and Unauthorized Flows: Evidence from the Refugee Crisis in Europe
WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC NETWORKS (WIEN)
FIW in cooperation with the University of Vienna, wiiw, European Research Council, Heinrich Graf Hardeggsche Stiftung and VGSE cordially invite you to the third edition of the W.I.E.N. - Workshop on international economic Networks.
The workshop will take place online via the Zoom platform. The workshop will be held in English.
16:00 – 16:10 Opening
16:10 – 17:00 Keynote #1: Peter K. Schott (Yale): “Colocation of Production and Innovation: Evidence from the United States” (with Teresa Fort, Wolfgang Keller, and Stephen Yeaple)
17:00 – 17:15 Break
17:15 – 17:50 Monica Morlacco (USC) “Two-Sided Market Power in Firm-to-Firm Trade” (with Vanessa Alviarez, Michele Fioretti, and Ken Kikkawa)
17:50 – 18:25 Diana Van Patten (Princeton) “Multinationals, Monopsony and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company” (with Esteban Méndez-Chacón)
18:25 – 18:40 Break
18:40 – 19:15 Miklós Koren (CEU) “Foreign Owners and Expatriate Managers: Effects on Firm Performance” (with Álmos Telegdy)
19:15 – 19:50 Frank Pisch (Senkt Gallen) “Managing Global Production: Theory and Evidence from Just-in-Time Supply Chains”
19:50 – … Informal meetings/drinks
15:00 – 15:50 Keynote #2: Jaume Ventura (CREI, UPF) “Borders within Europe” (with Marta Santamaría and Ugur Yesilbayraktar)
15:50 – 16:25 Thomas Sampson (LSE) “Technology Transfer in Global Value Chains”
16:25 – 16:40 Break
16:40 – 17:15 Isabela Manelici (Princeton) “The Effects of Joining Multinational Supply Chains: New Evidence from Firm-to-Firm Linkages” (with Alonso Alfaro-Ureña and José P. Vasquez)
17:15 – 17:50 Aksel Erbahar (Erasmus) “Trade Protection along Supply Chains” (with Chad Bown, Paola Conconi, and Lorenzo Trimarchi)
17:50 – 18:05 Break
18:05 – 18:40 Claudia Steinwender (MIT) “All Aboard: The Aggregate Effects of Port Development” (with César Ducruet, Réka Juhász, and Dávid Nagy)
18:40 – 19:15 Nitya Pandalai-Nayar (Texas, Austin) “The Long and Short (Run) of Trade Elasticities” (with Christoph Boehm and Andrei Levchenko)
19:15 – 19:20 Closure
19:20 – … Informal meetings/drinks