Winter Courses - Ph.D and Master of Arts ProgramTeaching Methods in Higher EducationRogério Mori – FGV/EESPJuly 18, 2016 to July 26, 20162:00pm to 6:00pm
SeminarsWorkshop on Trade and Labor Market in Developing CountriesJuly 06, 2016 to July 08, 20168:30am to 6:30pm
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July 6th - 8th, São Paulo, Brazil
Winter Courses - Ph.D and Master of Arts ProgramMacroeconomics of Policy MakingMarcio Holland - FGV/EESPJuly 05, 2016 to July 26, 20169:00am to 1:00am
Winter Courses - Ph.D and Master of Arts ProgramDynamic General EquilibriumVictor Filipe – FGV/EESPJuly 04, 2016 to August 01, 201611:00am to 1:00pm
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Winter Courses - Ph.D and Master of Arts ProgramTopics in International TradeEmanuel Ornelas – FGV/EESPJuly 04, 2016 to July 27, 20169:00am to 11:00am
Winter Courses - Ph.D and Master of Arts ProgramWinter CoursesJuly 04, 2016 to August 01, 20169:00am to 6:00pm
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Talk to the Director of Graduate Studies in EconomicsM.A. and Ph.D in EconomicsJune 24, 20166:00pm to 7:00pm
Conference7 th Annual Conference Of The Lacea Trade, Integration And Growth Network (Tign) Joint With 8th Sao Paulo School Of Economics Conference SeriesMay 24, 2016 to May 25, 20168:15am to 1:30pm
7th Annual Conference of the Lacea Trade, Integration and Growth Network (TIGN) joint with 8th Sao Paulo School of Economics Conference Series, on May 24th-25th, 2016. This conference is sponsored by LACEA, the Inter- American Development Bank (IDB) the CAF-Development Bank of Latin America (CAF), and Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV, and is organized by Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV. The local organizer is Emanuel Ornelas.
The TIGN conference is a unique event that brings together top researchers and policymakers to discuss recent theoretical and empirical advances in trade and integration and growth broadly defined. The goal of these meetings is to use the findings of research in order to gain a better understanding of the problems, opportunities and policy challenges faced by Latin American and Caribbean countries in the process of integration and also to encourage further research on the subject.
This year selection of contributed papers and discussants will be made by a Program Committee whose members are Javier Cravino (University of Michigan), Emanuel Ornelas (Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV), Andrés Rodriguez-Clare (UC Berkeley), Pablo Sanguinetti (CAF), Peter Schott (Yale University), and Christian Volpe Martincus (IDB).
Theoretical, empirical, and policy-oriented papers dealing with the economics and politics of trade and Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) as well as those linking trade and RTA initiatives with growth and productivity are welcome.
Sponsoring organizations offer hotel accommodations and a round-trip economy class (most direct) airfare. Researchers currently occupying policymaking positions are welcome to participate at the conference without presenting a paper. These participants will, however, have to procure funding from their own institutions to participate in the event.
To register for the conference and submit a paper, please visit the conference website (http://www.iadb.org/en/topics/trade/call-for-papers/home,7302.html) and follow the instructions therein. Deadline for submissions is February 29th, 2016. Authors of selected papers and discussants will be notified by March 15th, 2016.
Tuesday, May 24 08:15 – 08:45 Registration 08:45 – 09:00 Opening Remarks:
Emanuel Ornelas, FGV-Sao Paulo School Of Economics
Daniel Godinho, MDIC
Pablo Sanguinetti, CAF
Christian Volpe Martincus, Inter-American Development Bank
Policy Panel 09:00 – 10:30 Trade Facilitation Under Impact Evaluation Presentation of the background studies of the forthcoming IDB report “Out of the Border Labyrinth”
Christian Volpe Martincus, Lead Economist, Inter-American Development Bank
Discussants: Daniel Godinho, Secretary of Foreign Trade, MDIC, Brazil; Robert Teh, Counsellor, WTO; and Pablo Sanguinetti, Chief Economist, CAF
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break Academic Program 11:00 – 12:00 Uneven Stumbling Blocks: Latin American regionalism revisited
Rodney Ludema, US State Department and Georgetown University
Discussant: Emanuel Ornelas, FGV-Sao Paulo School of Economics
12:00 – 13:00 Do Free Trade Agreements Affect Tariffs of Non-Member Countries? A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation
Andrey Stoyanov, York University
Discussant: Marcelo Olarraeaga, Université de Geneve
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 15:30 Decomposing Growth over an Establishment's Life Cycle: The Role of TFPQ, Demand and Input Costs
Marcela Eslava, Universidad de Los Andes
Discussant: Gabriel Ulyssea, PUC-Rio de Janeiro
15:30 – 16:30 Commodity Prices Shocks and Poverty in Chile
Roberto Álvarez, Universidad de Chile
Discussant: Joao Paulo Pessoa, FGV-Sao Paulo School of Economics
16:30 – 17:00 Coffee Break
17:00 – 18:00 Learning and the Value of Relationships in International Trade
Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr, Federal Reserve Board
Discussant: Andreas Moxnes, University of Oslo
19:30 Dinner at Tordesilhas (Alameda Tietê, 489 - Cerqueira César, São Paulo - SP, 01417-020) Wednesday, May 25 Academic Program (Continued) 08:45 - 9:45 Distribution costs, product quality, and Cross-Country Income Differences
Kunal Dasgupta, University of Toronto
Discussant: Olga Timoshenko, George Washington University
09:45 – 10:45 Market-Specific Trade Costs and Firm Dynamics: Evaluation of the Integrated Cargo Containers Control Program between Pakistan and the United States
Salamat Ali, University of Nottingham
Discussant: Jerónimo Carballo, University of Colorado at Boulder
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:15 Swimming Upstream: Input-Output Linkages and the Direction of Product Adoption
John Morrow, University of Essex and CEP, London School of Economics
Discussant: Svetlana Demidova, mcMaster University
12:15 – 13:15 Offshoring Health Risks: The Impact of the U.S. Lead Regulation on Infant Health in Mexico
Kensuke Teshima, ITAM
Discussant: Marco González Navarro, University of Toronto
13:15 – 13:30 Closing Remarks:
Emanuel Ornelas, FGV-Sao Paulo School of Economics
Pablo Sanguinetti, CAF
Christian Volpe Martincus, Inter-American Development BankDate:05/24/2016, 09:00 - 05/25/2016, 13:30 p.m.Location:Auditorium FGV/EESPAddress:Rua Itapeva, 474 - 6º - Bela Vista - São Paulo - SP
Application Process for Special Student – 3rd and 4th trim 2016Application Process – Special Student – Master’s and PH.D. 3rd trim and 4th trim 2016May 23, 2016 to May 31, 20168:00am to 6:00pm
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Conference7th Sao Paulo School of Economics Conference Series Macroeconomics in Emerging EconomiesAugust 03, 20159:00am to 7:00pm
Sao Paulo, Brazil, August 3rd, 2015.
On August 3rd, 2015, a one-day workshop on Macroeconomics in Emerging Economies will be held at the Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV.
Confirmed participants: Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas (UC Berkeley), Andy Neumeyer (UTDT), Ugo Panizza (Graduate Institute, Geneve), Guillermo Vuletin (Brookings Institution) and Carlos Carvalho (PUC- Rio).
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Address: Rua Itapeva, 474, Bela Vista, São Paulo-SP, BrazilDate:08/03/2015, 09:00 a.m - 07:00 p.m.Event Location:Auditório FGV/EESP - 6º floor