La Banque de France, le CEPR, la Banque mondiale et l’Université du Surrey organisent conjointement un atelier afin d’étudier les évolutions actuelles du commerce international et de l’activité économique transfrontière.
Co-organised by Banque de France, CEPR, the World Bank and University of Surrey
The conference will take place in person.
Background and Objective:
Banque de France, CEPR, the World Bank and University of Surrey jointly organise a workshop to explore current developments in international trade and cross-border economic activity. We invite submissions of empirical and theoretical contributions that analyse the above and related topics with an emphasis on a policy perspective. It takes place at the Banque de France’s Paris Office on two half-days, 29-30 April 2023.
Scientific and organising committee:
Juan Carluccio (Banque de France and University of Surrey), Lionel Fontagné (Bank of France, Paris School of Economics and CEPII), Beata Javorcik (University of Oxford, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and CEPR), Daria Taglioni (The World Bank, Development Research Group) and Maurizio Zanardi (University of Surrey).
The deadline for submissions is Thursday 8 February 2024, 6pm GMT. Only papers submitted by the deadline will be considered.
If you have any difficulties submitting a paper or other questions for this workshop, please contact Despoina Chatzilari, Senior Events Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.