Geneva Trade and Development Workshop (1)

Spring Semester 2022
Time: 12:30 to 13:30 — Place: Maison de la Paix (2 Chemin Eugène Rigot)

The presenter will be there as of 12:15 for a short exchange with participants.

Date Speaker Title

Tuesday, 15 March
Petal 1, Room S5


Antonella Nocco (University of Salento, Italy)

“Harnessing Market Power through Globally Coordinated Corporate Taxes and Subsidies”
(co-authored with Gianmarco Ottaviano, Matteo Salto and Atsushi Tadokoro)

Tuesday, 29 March
Petal 1, Room S5


Paula Bustos (CEMFI and CEPR)

The Effects of Climate Change on Labor and Capital Reallocation” (co-authored with Christoph Albert (CEMFI) and Jacopo Ponticelli (Northwestern University, NBER and CEPR))
NBER Working Paper 28995

Tuesday, 5 April
Petal 1, Room S5


Miklos Koren (Central European University)

"Foreign Firms and Foreign Managers"
(co-authored with Almos Telegdy)

Tuesday, 3 May
Petal 1, Room S5


David Hemous (University of Zurich)

“Growth, Trade and Patents: a Quantitative Evaluation of TRIPS” (co-authored with Ralph Ossa, Julian Schaerer and Tom Sampson)

Tuesday, 10 May
Petal 1, Room S5


Banu Demir Pakel (Bilkent University and CEPR)


"O-Ring Production Networks" (co-authored with Ana Cecília Fieler (Yale University and NBER)
Daniel Yi Xu (Duke University and NBER) and Kelly Kaili Yang (Duke University))

Tuesday, 17 May
Petal 1, Room S5


Rob Elliott (University of Birmingham)

“Eco-innovation and R&D Outsourcing” (co-authored with Liza Jabbour and Zuokuan Zhou)

Tuesday, 24 May
Petal 1, Room S5


Isabela Manelici (LSE)


“Responsible Sourcing? Theory and Evidence from Costa Rica” (co-authored with Alonso Alfaro‑Ureña, Benjamin Faber, Cecile Gaubert and José P. Vasquez)

Tuesday, 31 May
Petal 1, Room S5


Christian Volpe Martincus (IADB)


“Linkages with Multinationals: The Effects on Domestic Firms' Exports” (co-authored with Jerónimo Carballo, Ignacio Marra de Artiñano and Gianmarco Ottaviano)


The workshop is a joint initiative organized by the Geneva School of Economics and Management (GSEM), the Graduate Institute (IHEID), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the World Trade Organization (WTO). Its objectives are to provide a forum for discussion for academics and researchers working in the area of trade and development, to support high-quality research, and to facilitate outreach to policy makers.