International Economics 2012

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Fall 2012 Schedule

Date Speaker  Subject 
September 12th Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas Exorbitant Privilege and Exorbitant Duty
September 19th Mary Amiti  
September 26th Bob Staiger Trade Disputes and Settlement (with Giovanni Maggi)
October 3rd Kamran Bilir Patent Laws, Product Lifecycle Lengths, and Multinational Activity
October 10th No Meeting  
October 17th Alexis Antonaides Retailer pass-through and its determinants using scanner data (with Nicole Zaniboni)
October 24th Gordon Hanson Attractring Talent: Location Choices of Foreign-Born PhDs in the US (with Jeffrey Grogger)
October 31st Arnaud Costinot The Elusive Pro-Competitive Effects of Trade (with Costas Arkolakis, Dave Donaldson, and Andrés Rodríguez-Clare
November 7th Stefania Garetto  
November 14th David Atkin Who’s Getting Globalized? The Size and Nature of Intranational Trade Costs (with Dave Donaldson)
November 20th Jan De Loecker  
November 28th Pablo Fajgelbaum Market Access and Regional Specialization in a Ricardian World
December 5th Hyun Shin Working Capital, Inventories and Optimal Offshoring

Spring 2012 Schedule

Date Speaker  Subject 
February 22nd Richard Clarida Get Real: Interpreting Nominal Exhange Rate Fluctuations
February 29th Ralph Ossa Trade Wars and Trade Talks with Data
March 7th Sam Kortum International Trade: Linking Micro and Macro (with Jonathan Eation and Sebastian Sotelo)
March 14th Spring Break  
March 21st Ariel Burstein Aggregate Implications of Innovation Policy
March 28th Kerem Cosar Borders, Geography, and Oligopoly: Evidence from the Wind Turbine Industry
April 4th Guillermo Noguera Fragmentation and Trade in Value Added Over Four Decades (with Robert Johnson)
April 11th Daniel Sturm Are There Spillovers from Public Employment? Evidence from Bonn
April 18th Daniel Trefler International Trade and Institutional Change: Medieval Venice’s Response to Globalization
April 25th Ina Simonovska Different Trade Models, Different Trade Elasticities? (with Michael Waugh)