The McGuire Center for International Studies
2001–2002 Seminars

Date
Speaker
Title

10/11/01

James Markusen & Thomas Rutherford,
University of Colorado at Boulder

Developing Domestic Entrepreneurship and Growth through Imported Expertise
10/18/01 Manoranjan Dutta,
Rutgers University
The Euro Revolution: Revisiting the Theory of Optimum Currency Area
11/2/01 George Alessandria,
Ohio State University
Intranational Price Dispersion and International Relative Price Volatility
11/8/01

Kyle Bagwell,
Columbia University

Shifting Comparative Advantage and Accession to the WTO
11/12/01 Edward Balistreri,
US Internatl Trade Commission
Russell Hillberry,
Purdue Univ and US Internatl Trade Commission
Trade Frictions and Welfare in the Gravity Model: How Much of the Iceberg Melts?
12/7/01 Martin Boileau,
University of Colorado at Boulder
Inventories, Sticky Prices, and the Propagation of Nominal Shocks
3/1/02 Andrew Rose,
University of California at Berkeley
One Reason Countries Pay Their Debts: Renegotiation and International Trade
3/7/02 KarenHelene Midelfart Knarvik,
Norwegian School of Economics
Globalization, Industrial Policy and Clusters
3/18-20/02 Rikard Forslid,
Mattias Ganslandt,
Karolina Ekholm
Boulder/Stockholm Trade Conference
A Fundamental Asymmetry of Asymmetric Shocks,
Endogenous Market Segmentation,
Location of R & D and High-Tech Production by Vertically Integrated Multinationals
3/18/02 Ignatius Horstmann,
University of Toronto
Advertising and the Role of Celebrities


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