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Conference Presentation

Creative Perspectives on International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment
A Celebration to Honor James Markusen, University Distinguished Professor 

Photos by Y.-H. Henry Chen

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Conference
September 1, 2017 in the British Studies Room at Norlin Library, University of Colorado Boulder

Papers and discussants
Henrik Horn
Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm

Economics of International Investment Agreements
Discussants: Ron Davies, University College Dublin;
Maggie Chen, George Washington University

Jota Ishikawa, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo
Absorptive Capacity and the Protection
of IPR in a North-South Oligopoly Model

Discussants: Stephen Yeaple, Pennsylvania State University;
Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado Boulder

Ignatius Horstmann, University of Toronto
Licensing versus Direct Investment
Discussants: Horst Raff, Kiel University;
Karolina Ekholm, Ministry of Finance, Stockholm

Tony Venables, University of Oxford
Two Faces of Globalization: External Trade and City Impacts
Discussants: Robert Staiger, Dartmouth University;
Wilfred Ethier, University of Pennsylvania

Rob Feenstra and Akira Sasahara, University of California Davis
The 'China Shock', Tariffs and Employment:
A Comparison of Computational Approaches

Discussants: Gordon Hanson, University of California San Diego; Richard Harris, Simon Fraser University

Peter Egger, ETH Zurich and
Sergey Nigai, University of Colorado Boulder

Sources of Heterogeneous Gains from Trade:
Skill-premium vs. Non-homotheticity

Discussants: James Harrigan, University of Virginia;
James Anderson, Boston College

Thomas Rutherford, University of Wisconsin
Complementarity Programming with MPSGE
Discussants: Edward Balistreri, Iowa State University;
Denise Konan, University of Hawaii

Dinner: Hotel Boulderado

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