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RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS: GTDW WORKSHOP — AUTUMN SEMESTER 2010

Geneva Trade and Development Workshop(1)

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Autumn Semester 2010
Time: 12:30 to 13:30(2) Location: WTO Secretariat(3)

Date

Speaker

Title

Tuesday, 14 September

Christoph Moser (University of Zurich)

Offshoring, Firm Performance
And Establishment-Level
Employment: Identifying
Productivity And Downsizing
Effects moser@kof.ethz.ch
Paper

Tuesday, 28 September

Kui-Wai Li (City University of Hong Kong)

A Nonparametric and Semiparametric Analysis on the Inequality-Development Relationship
Paper

Tuesday, 12 October

Pablo Fleiss (ILO)

Trade and Sectoral Productivity co-authored with Harald Fadinger
Paper

Tuesday, 19 October

Alessandro Nicita (UNCTAD)

The Value of Preferential Market Access co-authored with Marco Fugazza
Paper

Tuesday, 26 October

Michele Ruta (WTO)

Coordination Failure in Immigration Policy co-authored with Paolo Giordani
Paper

Tuesday, 9 November

Silvio Tai (University of Geneva)

Individual attitudes towards migration: a reexamination of the evidence co-authored with Tobias Müller
Paper

Tuesday, 23 November

Gianluca  Orefice (University of Milan)

Offshoring, migrants and native workers: the optimal choice under asymmetric information
Paper

Monday, 6 December

Simon Evenett (University of St. Gallen)

TBC

Tuesday, 14 December

Daria Taglioni

Gravity Chains, co-authored with Richard Baldwin

Notes:
1. The workshop is a joint initiative by the Graduate Institute’s Centre for Trade and Economic Integration (CTEI), UNCTAD, the University of Geneva, and the World Trade Organization. Its objective is for researchers in the Geneva region working in the area of trade and development to share work and ideas. back to text
2. The workshop begins at 12:30. A sandwich lunch, courtesy of the Graduate Institute’s Centre on Trade and Economic Integration, will be served from 12:00. back to text
3. Registration is required for each individual workshop, also for those having WTO accreditation. To do so, please send an email to Paulette Planchette at the latest one day before the relevant workshop. back to text