The University of Bari is hosting the 11th edition of the conference on the Economics of Global Interactions (link to past editions). The conference is co-organized with the Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality, and Rationality (FAIR) at NHH Norwegian School of Economics (Bergen, Norway) and Master E.G.E.I. (www.master-egei.eu).
The event will provide scholars and EGEI students and alumni with the opportunity to discuss their recent contributions in the following areas:
- Theoretical and empirical aspects of international trade;
- Determinants and effects of international migration and FDI;
- Institutions and economic development;
- Globalization, sustainability and climatic change;
- Experimental methods and development;
- Industrial policy in developing countries;
Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome. A discussant will be assigned to each paper presented at the conference. We plan to have a physical conference or at least we will try to minimize the ‘virtual’ component. The final decision on the organization of the event will depend on the evolution of the Covid pandemic.
Prof. Tessa Bold (IIES- Stockholm, Sweden)
Prof. Mariapia Mendola (Bicocca University, Italy)
Prof. Luigi Pascali (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain)
Submission guidelines and timetable
Submission of extended abstract (preferably full paper) is expected by May 31st, 2021 using the submission link below:
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Decisions will be communicated by June 15th, 2021. The full paper is expected by the end of July.
Nicola Coniglio (University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy), Kjetil Bjorvatn (NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Norway), Rune Jansen Hagen (University of Bergen, Norway)
Program Committee: C. Alcidi (CEPS, Belgium), P. Claeys (VUB, Belgium), G. Celi (University of Foggia, Italy), W. Fraser (USM, Chile), R. Hoxhaj (Ghent University, Belgium), H. Jayet (University of Lille, France), K. Kondoh (Chukyo University, Japan), J. Masso (Tartu University, Estonia), A. Maza (University of Cantabria, Spain), A. Naghavi (University of Bologna, Italy), C. Naiditch (University of Lille, France), G. Rayp (Ghent University, Belgium), A. Pires (SNF, Norway), I. Wooton (Strathclyde University, UK), W. Zhu (Xiamen University, China).
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