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RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS: GTDW WORKSHOP

Geneva Trade and Development Workshop

           

 

The Geneva Trade and Development Workshop was initiated in 2008 as a joint project of the Graduate Institute’s Centre for Trade and Economic Integration (CTEI), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the University of Geneva and the World Trade Organization.

Its aim is to allow academics and researchers in the Geneva region working in the area of trade and development to share work and ideas as well as improve their contact with researchers outside the region. By providing a forum for discussion, the workshop supports high-quality research and facilitates outreach to policy makers.

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Current programme

> Autumn 2014
  

Previous programmes

> Spring 2014
> Autumn 2013
> Spring 2013
> Autumn 2012
> Spring 2012
> Autumn 2011
> Spring 2011
> Autumn 2010
> Spring 2010
> Autumn 2009
> Spring 2009
> Autumn 2008
> Spring 2008


 

 


Selection of papers

A panel of academics and research economists is responsible for the selection of the papers to be discussed at the Workshop. The panel comprises: Professor Richard Baldwin, Nicolas Berman and Theresa Carpenter (Graduate Institute), Nicolas Maystre (UNCTAD), Professor Frédéric Robert-Nicoud (University of Geneva) and Roberta Piermartini (WTO).

The programme is divided into two semesters: Autumn (from September to December) and Spring (February to June). Anyone who would like to present a paper in the workshop should submit it by email to the selection panel (gtdw@wto.org) at least two weeks before the start of the semester. The seminar programme is published one week before the first workshop.
  

Logistics

Meetings usually take place every other Tuesday between 12:30 and 13:30 at the WTO. Registration is required for each workshop. To do so, please send an email to gtdw@wto.org at least one day before the relevant workshop.

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