12 & 13 November 2009

The New International Division of Labour

2009_conference

Bina Agarwal (University of Delhi), Martin Baily (Brookings Institution), Richard Cooper (Harvard University), Mattieu Crozet (C.E.P.I.I.), Jan Fagerberg (Universitetet i Oslo), John-Gabriel Goddard (World Bank), Elhanan Helpman (Harvard University), Shelly Lundberg (University of Washington), Mathilde Maurel (Université ParisI), Valentina Meliciani (Università di Teramo), Peter Nunnenkamp (Universität Kiel), Robert Solow (M.I.T.)

Conference volume: The Shape of the Division of Labour: Nations, Industries and Households

Programme Conference (389.8 KiB)

 

Trade and Labor Market Outcomes, Elhanan Helpman (Harvard University)

 

Exports of Knowledge-intensive and Manufactures, Valentina Meliciani (Teramo University)

 

Changes in the Concepts of Comparative Advantage, Matthieu Crozet (CEPII)

 

The Changing Global Economic Landscape, Jan Fagerberg (University of Oslo)

 

The Changing Sexual Division of Labour, Shelly Lundberg (University of Washington)

 

The Determinants of a New Division of Labour, John-Gabriel Goddard (World Bank)

 

Developing Countries, Developed Countries: The New Division of Labour, Richard Cooper (Harvard University)

 

How Global is FDI and What Policymakers Can Do About It, Peter Nunnenkamp (University of Kiel)

 

Developing Countries, Developed Countries: The New Division of Labour, Mathilde Maurel (University Paris-I)

 

Round Table: How Do Nations Adapt to the Changes in the Division of Labour? Bina Agarwal (University of Delhi)

 

Round Table: How Do Nations Adapt to the Changes in the Division of Labour? Martin Baily (Brookings Inst.)

 

Round Table: How Do Nations Adapt to the Changes in the Division of Labour? Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain)