Conference on:

Purdue University

October 12-14, 2007

Organized by
Sponsored by
David Hummels
Purdue University
and
Jon Haveman
Beacon Economics

This fall, the international economics group at Purdue University, in conjunction with the Purdue Center for International Business Education and Research, will be hosting the 12th Annual Empirical Investigations in International Trade conference. At this conference, economists specializing in empirical international trade will present their current research. The goal of this conference is to promote the awareness of ongoing research in the area. It is also our hope that by bringing together people of similar interests, increased communication of ideas and future directions for the general research area will be promoted.

Previous editions of the conference have included researchers at many different stages in their careers. The atmosphere is informal and lively, characterized by significant audience participation. We do not intend to publish the papers.

Preliminary

Conference Registration:
  • Please notify us if you would like to attend and/or would be willing to serve as a discussant but are not submitting a paper.
  • If you have submitted a paper, you needn't also register. Your submission is your registration.
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Programs from previous EIIT Conferences