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Trade Liberalization and Its Consequences

April 26 – 28, 2006



Three units at Stanford University -- Stanford University Libraries, the Division of International Comparative and Area Studies, and the Stanford Center for International Development -- are hosting a conference, Trade Liberalization and Its Consequences.

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Opening Keynote Address: Dr. Supacahai Panitchpakdi, Secretary General of the UN Conference on Trade and Development.
Globalization: Is There a Role for Developing Nations?
RealPlayer Video File, 1:01 hour

Keynote Address: John Taylor
RealPlayer Video File, 40:58 minutes

Keynote Address: Santiago Levy, Social Policy and the Adjustment to Reform: The Example of Mexico
RealPlayer Video File, 41:29 minutes

Sessions

Panel: Do Trade Agreements Matter?

Moderator: Judy Goldstein, Professor, Stanford University
Penny Goldberg, Professor, Yale University
Panitchpakdi Supachai, Secretary-General, UN Conference on Trade and Development
Alan Sykes, Professor, University of Chicago Law School
Michael Tomz, Assistant Professor, Stanford SCID
RealPlayer Video File, 1:13 hour

Trade Liberalization on Wage Inequality and Poverty

Moderator: Judy Goldstein, Professor, Stanford University
Trends in Tariff Reforms and Trends in Wage Inequality
Guido Porto, The World Bank
Discussant: Maurice Kugler, Southampton University
Trade Policy, Child Labor, and Schooling: Evidence from Indian Districts
Petia Topalova, Assistant Professor, Yale and IMF
Discussant: Orazio Attanasio, Professor, University College London
RealPlayer Video File, 1:56 hour

Trade Negotiations and Industrial Organization

Moderator: Orazio Attanasio, Professor, University College London
A Customs Union with Multinational Firms: the Automobile Market in Argentina and Brazil
Irene Brambilla, Assistant Professor, Yale University
Discussant: Frank Wolak, Professor, Stanford University
RealPlayer Video File, 57:43 minutes

Plant Survival, Market Fundamentals and Trade Liberalization

Moderator: Orazio Attanasio, Professor, University College London
Adriana Kugler, Associate Professor, University of Houston
Discussant: Naercio Filho Menezes, Professor, University of Sao Paulo
RealPlayer Video File, 56:59 minutes

Factor Reallocation Following Trade Liberalization

Moderator: Robert Staiger, Professor, University of Wisconsin
Labor Reallocation in Response to Trade Reform
Marc-Andreas Muendler, Assistant Professor, University of California, San Diego
Naercio Filho Menezes, Professor, University of Sao Paulo
Discussant: T.N. Srinivasan, Professor, Yale University, and SCID Visitor
RealPlayer Video File, 1:02 hour

Panel: Doha Round

Moderator: Romain Wacziarg, Professor, Stanford University
Richard Blackhurst, Professor, Former Director of Research, GATT/WTO
Robert Staiger, Professor, University of Wisconsin
Richard Steinberg, Professor, UCLA Law School
T.N. Srinivasan, Professor, Yale University, and SCID Visitor
RealPlayer Video File, 1:16 hour

Panel: Scholarly Use of International Organization Information

Introduction: Michael Keller, University Librarian, Stanford University
Moderator: Anthony M. Angiletta, Social Sciences Curator, Stanford University
Michael Tomz, Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Blandine Blukacz-louisfert, Chief, Registry, United Nations Library, Geneva
Ronald Mitchell, Professor, University of Oregon
Michelle Dolbec, Archivist, International Monetary Fund
Elisa Liberatori Prati, Chief Archivist, World Bank
RealPlayer Video File, 2:02 hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Last modified: June 13, 2006
   
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