3rd PhD Summer Institute in International Trade
3rd Adelaide PhD Summer Institute in International Trade was hosted by IIT over 2 days at The University of Adelaide.
Wednesday 20th March 2019
Session Chair: Richard Pomfret, University of Adelaide
- Tinatin Akhvlediani, College of Europe and University of Warsaw - ICT and exports of firms in Central and Eastern European Countries
- Hoi Minh Chu, University of Western Australia - The effects of trade liberalization on firms’ productivity and mark-up in the case of Vietnam manufacturing
Session chair: Peter Draper, University of Adelaide
- Deasy Pane, Australian National University - The role of imported intermediate inputs on firm’s productivity and exports: Evidence from Indonesia
- Harry Wardana, University of Adelaide - Value chains and the internationalization process: An examination of inward-outward connections in Indonesian firms
Session Chair: Henning Muehlen, University of Hohenheim
- Mateus Silva Chang, Keio University - Manaus Free Trade Zone and the location determinants of Japanese multinational enterprises
- Dandan Lin, University of South Australia - Foreign direct investment, international trade and economic development. An investigation for Australian regions
Session chair: Laura Marquez-Ramos, University of Adelaide
- Farhana Abedin, University of Adelaide - Dutch disease in Australia: A structural VAR model with multi-sector
Thursday 21st March 2019
Session chair: Benedikt Heid, University of Adelaide
- Sanjana Goswami, University of California - Irvine Employment consequences of Trump’s trade wars
- Mohammad Farhad, University of Western Australia - When trade openness enlarges government: The role of volatile export baskets in democracies
Session chair: Francisco Javier Velazquez, Complutense University of Madrid
- Hang Banh, University of New South Wales - Effects of the rise of China on exports of Asian developing countries in the U.S. market: Evidence from trade data
- Alfinura Sharafeyeva, University of Adelaide - Trade costs and agrifood exports in Central Asia
Session chair: Frank Stähler, University of Adelaide and University of Tübingen
- Trang Tran, Deakin University - Green havens and trade in environmental goods
- David Xu, Macquarie University - Optimal Migration
This work is licensed under Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
IIT is a global leader in researching, analysing and commenting on International Trade.
Stay informed about our up-and-coming seminars, events, publications, awards, new projects and collaborations, and other exciting news.