La mondialisation à la croisée des chemins

La Banque de France, la Banque Mondiale, le CEPR et l’Université du Surrey organisent leur 3ème atelier en commerce international, sur le thème : « La mondialisation à la croisée des chemins », les 11-12 mai, à la Banque de France à Paris.

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, 11-12 May 2023.

Keynote speech:

Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas (IMF)

Guest speaker:

Davin Chor (Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth)

Scientific and organising committee:

Juan Carluccio, Lionel Fontagné, Beata Javorcik, Daria Taglioni and Maurizio Zanardi.

Secretariat of the conference: Giulia Ursula Jonetzko (, Mandy Chan (, and Anna Goodman (


Thursday, May 11

13.00 – 14.00


14.00 – 15.00

Emanuel Ornelas, Sao Paulo School of Economics

Firm Export Responses to Tariff Hikes”, co-authored with Facundo Albornoz, (University of Nottingham ) and Irene Brambilla (Universidad Nacional de La Plata - UNLP).

 Discussion: Nuriye Melisa Bilgin, Bocconi University

15.00 – 16.00

Hillel Rapoport, Paris School of Economics

Populism and the Skill-Content of Globalization”, co-authored with Frederic Docquier (LISER, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) , Lucas Guichard  (LISER, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research), Stefano Iandolo (DISES, Università degli Studi di Salerno), Riccardo Turati (UAB, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona), Gonzague Vannoorenberghe (IRES-LIDAM, Université catholique de Louvain)


Discussion: Italo Colantone, Bocconi University


Coffee Break

16.30 – 17.30

Anne Beck, World Bank

No Help for the Heartland? The Employment and Electoral Effects of the Trump Tariffs in the United States”, co-authored with David Autor (MIT), David Dorn (University of Zurich), Gordon Hanson (Harvard University)


Discussion: Romain Ranciere, Paris School of Economics

17.30 – 18.15

Invited paper: Davin Chor, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth

Can Evidence-Based Information Shift Preferences Towards Trade Policy?", co-authored with Laura Alfaro (HBS) and Maggie Chen (George Washington).

18.15 – 18.30


18.30 – 19.30

Holger Breinlich, University of Surrey

Machine Learning in International Trade Research: Evaluating the Impact of Trade Agreements”, co-authored with V. Corradi (University of Surrey), N. Rocha (World Bank), M. Ruta (IMF),  J.M.C. Santos Silva (University of Surrey) and T. Zylkin (University of Richmond)


Discussion: Matthieu Crozet, Université Paris-Saclay 

Friday, May 12

8.30 – 9.30

Mathieu Parenti, ECARES, ULB

Multinational firms and International Tax Shifting: Evidence from Shutting Down the Mauritius Route to India” co-authored with Josh de Lyon,  Swati Dhingra


Discussion: Manon Francois, EU Tax Observatory

9.30 – 10.30

Haishi "Harry" Li, University of Hong Kong

We Are All in the Same Boat: Cross-Border Spillovers of Climate Shocks Through International Trade and Supply Chain”, co-authored with  Xiaochen Feng (IMF) and Yulin Wang (University of Hong Kong)


Discussion: Virginia di Nino, European Central Bank

10.30 – 11.00

Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.00

Banu Demir, Oxford University

Breaking invisible barriers: Does fast internet improve access to input markets?”, co-authored with Beata Javorcik (EBRD) and Piyush Panigrahi (John Hopkins, SAIS)


Discussion: Julien Martin, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

12.00 – 13.00


“Geo-economic fragmentation: implications for the global economy”

Pierre Olivier Gourinchas, IMF


Light Lunch

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