We would like to welcome the following new member to the InsTED Network Prof Robin Burgess (London School or Economics). His areas of research interest include development economics, public economics, political economy, labor economics and environmental economics.
By Mostafa Beshkar (Indiana University at Bloomington) and Ali Shourideh (Carnegie Mellon University) A salient feature of international trade is the presence of trade imbalances. How should governments conduct their trade policy under trade imbalances? In a forthcoming paper we ask if trade imbalances influence governments’ choices of trade policies under a standard dynamic trade […]
We would like to welcome the following new members to the InsTED Network Prof Runjuan Liu (University of Alberta) She studies the interaction between international trade, economic development, and labor market outcomes, with a focus on understanding the critical impacts of globalization on firms and workers.
By Joel Rodrigue (Vanderbilt University) and Yong Tan (Nanjing University of Finance and Economics) For the typical Chinese exporter, foreign sales grew exponentially after China’s entry to the WTO. How was this so-called ‘economic miracle’ achieved in such a short span of time? Answering this question has been the focus of policymakers, government officials, and […]
We would like to welcome the following new members to the InsTED Network Prof Kathy Baylis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Her research interests lie in the design of agricultural, conservation, and trade policy to promote ecosystem preservation and international food security. Ms Casey Petroff (Harvard University). Her research interests are in economic development and […]
We would like to welcome the following new member to the InsTED Network Prof Sergey Lychagin (Central European University) His research interests include anything to do with structural microeconomics: for example measuring the effects of institutional changes on productivity.
Aditya Dasgupta (University of California, Merced), Kishore Gawande (University of Texas, Austin), and Devesh Kapur (Johns Hopkins University – SAIS) More than half of all nations have experienced a violent civil conflict since 1960. One of the best predictors of conflict outbreak in a country is a low level of economic development and whether it […]
We would like to welcome the following new member of the InsTED network: Dr Eric Alston (University of Colorado Boulder : His research interests are in the fields of law and economics, and institutional and organizational analysis.
We would like to welcome the following new member of the InsTED network: Prof Pol Antràs (Harvard University): His research interests are in International Economics and Applied Theory. His most recent work is focused on the analysis of global value chains and on the interplay between trade, inequality and costly redistribution. Prof Prabhat Barnwal (Michigan State […]
We would like to welcome the following new members of the InsTED network: Dr Ama Baafra Abeberese (Wellesley College): Her research interests are in Development Economics with an emphasis on firm behavior in developing economies. Dr Ritam Chaurey (Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies): His research interests are in Development Economics, Finance and Development, […]