Midwest International Trade Conference

Michigan State University

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

 

Summary of All Sessions

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#Date/TimeTypeTitle/LocationPapers
1October 8, 2021
14:15-15:45
invited 13
2October 8, 2021
16:15-17:45
invited 23
3October 9, 2021
9:00-10:30
invited 3A3
4October 9, 2021
9:00-10:30
invited 3B3
5October 9, 2021
11:00-12:30
invited 4A3
6October 9, 2021
11:00-12:30
invited 4B3
7October 9, 2021
14:15-15:45
invited 53
8October 9, 2021
16:15-17:45
invited 63
 

8 sessions, 24 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

Midwest International Trade Conference

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: 1
October 8, 2021 14:15 to 15:45
 
Session Chair: Raymond Riezman, Aarhus University/UCSB/University of Iowa
Session type: invited
 

Impact of Foreign Competition on US Facilities' Environmental Behavior
   presented by: Josh Ederington, University of Kentucky
 

International Sourcing and Firm Learning: Evidence from Serbian Firms
   presented by: Mason Reasner, Purdue University
 

Technology Adoption and Late Industrialization
[slides]
   presented by: Jaedo Choi, University of Michigan
 
Session 2: 2
October 8, 2021 16:15 to 17:45
 
Session Chair: Raymond Riezman, Aarhus University/UCSB/University of Iowa
Session type: invited
 

Local labor market effects of the 2002 Bush steel tariffs
   presented by: James Lake, Southern Methodist University
 

Who Benefits from Foreign Demand Shocks?
   presented by: Toshiaki Komatsu, The University of Chicago
 

China to Free Trade: A Progress on Comparative Advantage
   presented by: Xiaoxi Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
 
Session 3: 3A
October 9, 2021 9:00 to 10:30
 
Session Chair: Nancy Chau, Cornell University
Session type: invited
 

Greenfield or Brownfield? FDI Entry Mode and Intangible Capital
   presented by: Haruka Takayama, University at Albany - State University of New York
 

Financial constraints and the role of trade intermediation
   presented by: Thu Tran, Vanderbilt University
 

Just Passing Through?
   presented by: Oren Ziv, Michigan State University
 
Session 4: 3B
October 9, 2021 9:00 to 10:30
 
Session Chair: Jenny Minier, University of Kentucky
Session type: invited
 

Technology gap and Nationality of Managers in Foreign Affiliates
   presented by: Sooyoung Lee,
 

Standard Setting Organizations and Instruments of Comparative Advantage: General Oligopolistic Equilibrium
[slides]
   presented by: Avik Chakrabarti, UWM
 

International Investment Agreements, Double-Taxation Treaties and Multinational Activity: The (Heterogeneous) Effects of Binding
   presented by: Monika Sztajerowska, Paris School of Economics
 
Session 5: 4A
October 9, 2021 11:00 to 12:30
 
Session Chair: Nancy Chau, Cornell University
Session type: invited
 

Foreign Direct Investment, and Labor Rights: The Race-to-the-Bottom Problem.
   presented by: John McLaren, University of Virginia
 

Becoming Skilled Labor through Openness to Change under Trade Liberalization
   presented by: Se Mi Park, UMBC
 

Migration Gravity, Networks and Unemployment
   presented by: Nancy Chau, Cornell University
 
Session 6: 4B
October 9, 2021 11:00 to 12:30
 
Session Chair: Jenny Minier, University of Kentucky
Session type: invited
 

Profit Shifting, Import and Export Markups, and the Gains from Trade
   presented by: Gunnar Heins, University of Florida
 

Quantitative Effects of Trade Shocks Under Global Supply Chains
   presented by: Shihangyin Zhang, University of Maryland
 

How Does Trade Policy Uncertainty Affect US Firms' Supply Chain?
   presented by: Kairong Chen, Indiana University Bloomington
 
Session 7: 5
October 9, 2021 14:15 to 15:45
 
Session Chair: James Lake, Southern Methodist University
Session type: invited
 

Optimal Tariffs and Trade Policy Formation: U.S. Evidence from the Smoot-Hawley Era
   presented by: Anson Soderbery, Purdue University
 

The Dynamics of Global Sourcing
   presented by: Trang Hoang, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Do Trade Agreements Actually Reduce Trade Volatility?
   presented by: Jenny Minier, University of Kentucky
 
Session 8: 6
October 9, 2021 16:15 to 17:45
 
Session Chair: James Lake, Southern Methodist University
Session type: invited
 

Endogenous Spatial Production Networks: Quantitative Implications for Trade and Productivity
   presented by: Piyush Panigrahi, Yale University
 

Firm Heterogeneity and the Impact of Immigration: Evidence from German Establishments
   presented by: Agostina Brinatti, University of Michigan
 

On the Nexus between Inequality and Growth: A View from Trade
   presented by: Sergey Nigai, University of Colorado Boulder
 

8 sessions, 24 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Brinatti, AgostinaP8
2Chakrabarti, AvikP4
3Chau, NancyC3, P5, C5
4Chen, KairongP6
5Choi, JaedoP1
6Ederington, JoshP1
7Heins, GunnarP6
8Hoang, TrangP7
9Komatsu, ToshiakiP2
10Lake, JamesP2, C7, C8
11Lee, SooyoungP4
12McLaren, JohnP5
13Minier, JennyC4, C6, P7
14Nigai, SergeyP8
15Panigrahi, PiyushP8
16Park, Se MiP5
17Reasner, MasonP1
18Riezman, RaymondC1, C2
19Soderbery, AnsonP7
20Sztajerowska, MonikaP4
21Takayama, HarukaP3
22Tran, ThuP3
23Wang, XiaoxiP2
24Zhang, ShihangyinP6
25Ziv, OrenP3

 

This program was last updated on 2021-09-03 08:57:56 EDT