Oct 18, 2018
This conference will focus on three major themes in the global economy: the global backlash against the liberal trade order, national industrial strategies in key states, and the effect of technological change on the global economic order. Over two days, participants will examine empirical trends within these three areas and their likely impacts on global trade. The conference will close with a forum of participants from leading multinational corporations on business-government relations in this new global context. The participants in the conference will include prominent academics and members of the business community both from the United States and abroad.
The Student-Faculty trade workshop at UC Berkeley meets weekly. All topics broadly related to international trade (including trade, economic geography, urban economics, multinational production, firm heterogeneity, misallocation, etc) are welcome.
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