EUROPEAN TRADE STUDY GROUP

eTSG2004 Programme

Nottingham, 9-11 September 2004

Time

Parallel Session 1

Room B1

Parallel Session 2

Room A2

Parallel Session 3

Room A3

Parallel Session 4

Room A4

Parallel Session 5

Room B63

Thursday, 9 September 2004

14:45-15:05

Welcome

15:05-15:50

PLENARY SESSION 1                                                                                  Room B63                                           Chair: Ian Wooton

Political Pressure Deflection

James E. Anderson and Maurizio Zanardi

15:50-16:20

Coffee

16:20-18:00

A1 A-D

A2 REI

A3 FDI

A4 LAB

A5 DOT

16:20-16:40

Anti-Dumping Duties and the Byrd Amendment

David Collie and Hylke Vandenbussche

Effects of Customs Union with European Union on the Market Structure and Pricing Behaviour of Turkish Manufacturing Industry

Arzu Akkoyunlu-Wigley and Sevinc Mihci

A Structural Model of the Export veresus Production Abroad Decision of German Firms

Jörn Kleinert and Farid Toubal

The Impact of Immigration on UK Wages: A GNP Function Approach

Alexander Hijzen and Peter Wright

On the Measurement of Vertical and Horizontal Intra Industry Trade: A Geometric Exposition

A. K. M. Azhar and Robert J. R. Elliott

16:40-17:00

AD Policy: Promoting or Deterring Trade in Mexico?

Alfonso Mendieta

Preferential Trading Arrangements as Strategic Positioning

Daniel Seidmann

Inter-State Competition for Mobile Firms

Ben Ferrett and Ian Wooton

Immigration, Human-Capital Investment and the Skill Premium

Christian Lumpe and Benjamin Weigert

A general equilibrium model of Vertical Intra-Industry Trade and Inter-Industry Trade with complete specialization of countries

Alberto Balboni

17:00-17:20

Antidumping Protection and Productivity Growth of Domestic Firms

Jozef Konings and Hylke Vandenbussche

Trade Integration Within the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: How Far from EU-CEECs Trade Integration?

Anna Ferragina and G. Giovannetti

Surviving Globalisation: Firm-level Evidence from Sweden 1980-1997

David Greenaway, Joakim Gullstrand, and Richard Kneller

Trends and Patterns of Outsourcing in Spanish Industry

Carmen Diaz-Mora

17:20-17:40

Antidumping Procedures and Macroeconomic Factors: A Comparison

between the United States and the European Union

Patrick Monnet Gbakou, Mustapha Sadni-Jallab, and René Sandretto

Ownership Restrictions, Tax Competition and Transfer Pricing Policy

Khaled Diaw

International Trade, Outsourcing and Flexible Manufacturing

Carsten Eckel

Globalization, Increasing Returns and Trade in Intermediate Inputs

Anu Kovarikova Arro

17:40-18:00

Does Antidumping Duty Really Matter in the EU?

Rod Falvey, David Greenaway, and Sarut Wittayarungruangsri

Union Bargaining Power, Labour Standards and FDI

Dermot Leahy and Catia Montagna

How Does China Compete with Japan in US Market? Triangular Trade Approach

Hiro Ito and Yushi Yoshida

18:00-18:15

Break

18:15-19:00

PLENARY SESSION 2                                                                                 Room B63                                            Chair: Jan Haaland

The Economics of Special and Differential Trade Regimes

Paola Conconi and Carlo Perroni

 

 

 Friday, 10 September 2004

09:10-10:50

B1 Com

B2 REI

B3 FDI

B4 LAB

B5 DOT

09:10-09:30

Impact of the Single Market on Welfare of Member Countries

Elzbieta Czarny and A. Rusinowska

Endogenous Trade Bloc Formation in an Asymmetric World

Mark Melatos and Alan Woodland

Bureaucratic Corruption, MNEs and FDI

Andreas Johnson

Openness to Trade and Employment Dynamics in Finnish Manufacturing

Satu Nurmi

International Trade in New and Used Durables

Sofronis Clerides and Costas Hadjiyiannis

09:30-09:50

Dumping in Developing and Transition Economies

Jean-Marie Viaene

The terms of trade effect of regional integration: empirical investigation of implications of the Europe Agreement for Poland

Jan Michalek and Katarzyna Sledziewska

Is FDI Indeed Tariff-Jumping? Firm Level Evidence

Ayça Tekin-Koru

An Evaluation of the Impact of FDI on Skill Premia in CEECs Regions

Chiara Bonassi and Claudia Guagliano

Intra-Industry Trade with Multinational Firms:
Theory, Measurement,
and Determinants

Hartmut Egger, Peter Egger,
and
David Greenaway

09:50-10:10

Tariffs, Licensing and Market Structure

Arijit Mukherjee and Enrico Pennings

Free Trade Area and Exchange rate regime in LDC: the case of Tunisia and the EU

Juliette Milgram

Foreign Direct Investment and Civil Liberties: A New Perspective

Antonis Adam and Fragkiskos Filippaios

Foreign Takeovers and Wages in Hungary

Sandor Csengödi, Rolf Jungnickel, and Dieter Urban

Size and Factor-Endowment Effects on Comparative Advantage in a Gravity Model

Dieter Schumacher and Boriss Siliverstovs

10:10-10:30

Export-driven Productivity Growth in Swedish Manufacturing Sectors

Sara Johansson

Trade and Financial Integration and Business Cycle Synchronization

Alicia Garcia-Herrero and Juan Ruiz

Footloose Multinational and the Impact of Cost Efficiency in the Domestic Industry

Arijit Mukherjee and Uday Sinha

The Factor Content of Trade and Relative Wages in US: A Dual Approach

Agelos Delis

EU Exports Specialization Patterns in Selected Accession Countries

Dora Borbély

10:30-10:50

Why Parallel Imports May Raise Producers' Profits

Horst Raff and Nicolas Schmitt

 

Pollution Haven or Hythe? New Evidence from Mexico

Munisamy Gopinath and Andreas Waldkirch

Openness, Similarity in Trade Structures and Income Convergence

Luca De Benedictis and Lucia Tajoli

10:50-11:20

Coffee

11:20-13:00

C1 Com

C2 REI

C3 FDI

C4 LAB

C5 DOT

11:20-11:40

Exchange Rate Movements and Export Prices: An Empirical Analysis

Isabelle Mejean

Economic Voting and European Integration

Leo A. Grunfeld and Ulf I. Sverdrup

FDI, International Outsourcing and Linkages

Carlo Altomonte and Chiara Bonassi

Outsourcing and Trade in a Spatial World

Hartmut Egger and Peter Egger

Lumpy World and Race to the Bottom

Fabien Candau

11:40-12:00

Trade Liberalisation, Competition and Income Distribution

Peter Neary and Joseph Tharakan

An Analysis about New European Geographical Economy with 25 Members

Philippe Grainville

Regional Integration and Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries

Dirk Bezemer and Dirk Willem te Velde

Economic Integration and the Elasticities of Labour Demand: Econometric Evidence from Finland

Elisa Riihimäki

Sectoral Specialisation, Trade Intensity and Business Cycles Synchronisation in an Enlarged EMU

Iulia Traistaru

12:00-12:20

Trade, Competitiveness and Revealed Comparative Advantage: Evidence for Turkey towards the EU

Dilek Seymen and Utku Utkulu

The Impact of the Euro-Med Free Trade Agreement on Unemployment in Tunisia: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis

Mohamed Ali Marouani

Multinational Investment, Intra-Industry Trade and Contracts in Transition Economies: A Case Study for Food-Industries

Eleni Kaditi

Does Trade Openess Affect Core Labor Standards?

Florence Arestoff and Clotilde Granger

The Gravity Equation in International Trade in Services

Fukunari Kimura and Hyun-Hoon Lee

12:20-12:40

Do Foreign Players Change the Nature of the Game among Local Entrepreneurs?

Mika Maliranta and Satu Nurmi

Regional Integration Agreements and the Geography of World Trade: Statistical Indicators and Empirical Evidence

Lelio Iapadre

Outsourcing, Foreign Ownership, Exporting and Productivity: An Empirical Investigation with Plant-level Data

Holger Görg, Aoife Hanley, and Eric Strobl

Foreign Ownership and Wages: Results from Matched Worker-Firm Data

Patrik Gustavsson, Fredrik Heyman, and Fredrik Sjöholm

The Illicit Coca-Cocaine Economy and the Potential Impact of Free Trade on the Licit Economy of Alternative Crops in Bolivia

Hugo Toledo

12:40-13:00

Communication Costs, Producer Services, and International Trade

Morihiro Yomogida

Multinationals: Too Many or Too Few?

Eric Toulemonde

Fair Wages and Human Capital Accumulation in a Global Economy

Udo Kreickemeier

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:10

D1 Com

D2 REI

D3 FDI

D4 LAB

D5 DOT

14:30-14:50

Intra-industry Trade Between Asymmetric Countries with Heterogeneous Firms

Rod Falvey, David Greenaway, and Zhihong Yu

From SAPTA to SAFTA: Gravity Analysis of South Asian Free Trade

Seekkuwa Wasam Hirantha

Strategic Export Policy under International Cross Ownership vs. Cross Shareholding

Kazuharu Kiyono and Fang Wei

Sectoral Impact of Free Intra-EU Migration in the Presence of Unemployment Benefits

Helena Marques and Hugh Metcalf

The Economic Interdependence between the EU and Its Major (Asian) Trade Partners: An International Input-Output Approach

Jahangir Alam

14:50-15:10

Globalisation, Sunk Costs, and Economic Methodology

Robert Owen

Trade Effects of the EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement

Veerle Slootmaekers

Agglomeration in German Affiliates of Foreign Multinational Firms

Joern Kleinert and Farid Toubal

International Outsourcing and Wages: Winners and Losers

Ingo Geishecker and Holger Görg

Analyzing the Pattern and Determinants of Portugal’s Trade in Manufactured Goods: a Time-Series Approach

Joăo Paulo Cerdeira Bento

15:10-15:30

A NEIO Approach to Jointly Estimate Markups and Returns to Scale in the Presence of Foreign Competition in 30 French Industries

Sara Maioli

Who Benefits and Who Loses from the Regionalization of World Trade?

Richard Castanias and Yamuna Yelamanchi

Regional Integration and the (Re)location Choice of MNCs

Facundo Albornoz and Gregory Corcos

Are Trade and Migration Substitutes or Complements? The Case of Germany, 1970-1998

Jana Bruder

Intra And Extra-EU IIT Patterns in Greece: A Trend Toward De-Europeanization?

Klimis Vogiatzoglou

15:30-15:50

The Impact of Multinational Entry on Domestic Market Structure and R&D

Stefanie Haller

The Non-Causality of the Common Currency Effect on Trade: Evidence from the Monetary Union between Belgium and Luxembourg

Volker Nitsch

Intra-industry Affiliate Trade of Foreign Owned Companies in Poland

Jřrgen Ulff-Mřller Nielsen and Konrad Pawlik

Exporting Firms Do Not Pay Higher Wages, Ceteris Paribus

Thorsten Schank, Claus Schnabel, and Joachim Wagner

On Measurement of the Factor Content of Trade: The Case of Sweden

Lars M Widell

15:50-16:10

Exports and Outsourcing by  Multinational Corporations: Do They Determine Spillovers?

Juan Blyde, Maurice Kugler, and Ernesto Stein 

16:10-16:40

Coffee

16:40-18:00

E1 COM

E2 REI/POL

E3 FDI

E4 LAB

E5 DOT

16:40-17:00

The Empirical Range of Exchange Rate Pass-Through in Macrodata

Alexander Mihailov

A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis of the EU-Jordanian Free Trade Agreement

Omar Feraboli

Foreign Direct Investment, Trade and Monetary Integration

José De Sousa and Julie Lochard

Do Workers Benefit from Foreign Ownership? Evidence from Swedish Manufacturing

Roger Bandick

Comparative Advantage and Heterogenous Firms

Andrew Bernard, Stephen Redding, and Peter Schott

17:00-17:20

Export Activity, Persistence and Mark-ups

Lourdes Moreno and Diego Rodriguez

Estimating the Effect of Trade Cost on Growth: China as a Set of Regional Economies

Sandra Poncet and Shang Jin Wei

On the Differential Impact of FDI on Host Economies

Theodora Kosma Constantina Kottaridi and Jimmy McHugh

Agricultural Trade Liberalisation Impacts on Rural Women Employment in Romania

Violeta Florian, Erik Mathijs, Cesar L. Revoredo, and Luiza Toma

History Matters for Import-Demand: The Implications of Match-searching in International Trade

T. Huw Edwards

17:20-17:40

Endogenous Transportation Technology in a Cournot Differential Game with Intraindustry Trade

Luca Colombo, Luca Lambertini, and Andrea Mantovani

Quantifying the impact of Services Liberalization

Denise Konan and Keith Maskus

How Robust is the Knowledge-Capital Model of the Multinational Enterprise?

Julian Emami Namini

International Labor Standards and International Migration

Kondoh Kenji and Lex Zhao

Optimal Domestic Regulation and the Pattern of Trade

David Martimort and Thierry Verdier

17:40-18:00

Influence of Tariffs and Non-Tariff Barriers on Ukraine’s Imports: Would the WTO Membership Make Change?

Veronika Movchan

Trade Liberalisation, Multinational Involvement and Intra-Industry Trade: Panel Data Analysis of India's Manufacturing Sector

Veeramani Choorikkad

18:00-18:15

Break

18:15-19:30

PLENARY SESSION 3 · The World Economy Annual Lecture                        Room B63                                           Chair: David Greenaway

De Tocqueville’s ‘Dangerous Moment’: The Importance of Getting Reforms Right

Anne O. Krueger

19:30-21:00

Buffet Reception                                                                                       Portland Building Atrium
sponsored by Blackwell Publishers

 Saturday, 11 September 2004

09:30-10:50

F1 ENV

F2 POL

F3 FDI

F4 LAB

F5

09:30-09:50

Multilateral Environmental Agreements and Trade Obligations: a Theoretical Analysis of the Doha Proposal

Alireza Naghavi

Endogenous Economic Policy and the Structure of Production: Theory and Evidence

Kwok Tong Soo

FDI and Corruption - Evidence from Swedish Multinational Firms

Katariina Hakkala, Pehr-Johan Norback and Helena Svaleryd

Intra-Industry Trade and Labour-Market Adjustment: A Reassessment Using Data on Individual Workers

Marius Brülhart, Robert J.R. Elliott, and Joanne Lindley

 

09:50-10:10

Environmental Regulations and Trade in Europe: The Role of Differentiation

Jerneja Jug and Daniel Mirza

Institutional Policies - Their Importance in Development, Focus on Romania

Circiumaru Iulian

Foreign Direct Investment and Productivity Spillovers in Swedish Manufacturing

Lars Lundberg and Patrik Karpaty

Welfare Effects of Migration Policies with Skilled and Unskilled Labour and Capital Mobility

Michael S. Michael

 

10:10-10:30

Foreign Direct Investment versus Imports: When There is Environmental Externalities

Ayse Aylin Bayar and M. Özgür Kayalica

WTO as an International Institution to Give Moral Support

Taiji Furusawa

Foreign Affiliates in the French Manufacturing Industry: Source or Recipient of Technology Spillover?

Liza Jabbour and M. Jean-Louis Muchielli

Technology and Factor Return Differences in Competitive Markets

Rod Falvey and Udo Kreickemeier

 

10:30-10:50

The Impact Of Environmental Regulations On Trade And Foreign Direct Investments

Selim Cagatay, Onur Koskam and Hakan Mihci

Globalization and the Decline of the Welfare State: A Public Choice Approach

Barbara Dluhosch

Technical Progress, Trade and Relative Factor Prices in a Multicountry-Multisector Model

Robert Stehrer 

 

10:50-11:20

Coffee

11:20-13:00

G1 ENV

G2 POL

G3 FDI

G4 GEO

G5 DEV

11:20-11:40

International Transfer, Endogenous Environmental Policies and Welfare

Kenzo Abe and Yasuyuki Sigiyama

International Game in Strategic Trade Policy

Eliza Chilimoniuk

Location Choice and Employment Decisions of German Multinationals

Sascha O. Becker, Karolina Ekholm, Robert Jäckle, and Marc-Andreas Muendler

Knowledge Spillovers, Fixed- and Variable-Technology Agglomeration and Dispersion Forces in Economic Geography

Antonella Nocco

The Indian Economy Since Liberalisation: The Structure and Composition of Exports and Industrial Transformation (1980 – 2000)

Michael Dietrich and Abhijit Sharma

11:40-12:00

Environmental Policy and Trade in the Single Market

Andrea Mantovani and Mark Vancauteren

Protection for Sale with Imperfect Rent Capturing

Giovanni Facchini, Johannes Van Biesebroeck, and Gerald Willmann

The Multinationalization of the Transport Sector

Mario Larch

Trade Policy and Manufacturing Location Patterns: Evidence from Argentina

Pablo Sanguinetti and Christian Volpe Martincus

Understanding India's Exporting Success of the 1990s

Tushar Poddar

12:00-12:20

Eco-labelling, Perceived Product Quality, and International Trade

Naoto Jinji

Industrial Clusters, Asymmetric Information and Industrial Policy

Linda Orvedal

Patterns of SME’s Productive Internationalisation

Giancarlo Corň and Mario Volpe

Industrial Location and Trade Patterns with Cost Asymmetries

Gaetano Alfredo Minerva

Cross-industry Variation in the Effect of Export Market Entry: Is This Learning by Exporting?

David Greenaway and Richard Kneller

12:20-12:40

Environmental Impact of India’s Trade Liberalization

Shreyasi Jha and Shanti Rabindran

Welfare Versus Market Access: The Implications Of Tariff Structure For Tariff Reform

James E. Anderson and Peter Neary

The Economic Geography Effects of Trade Liberalisation in the National Regions of Spain

Henk Brand

Distribution of Income in an Open Economy

Grigoris Zarotiadis

12:40-13:00

Resource Endowments, Externalities and Transport Costs: Regional Production Structures in Mexico

Jacob Jordaan and Javier Sanchez-Reaza

Transmission of Sustained Growth through the Terms of Trade in an Endogenous Growth Model

Carmen Álvarez Albelo and Fernando Perera Tallo

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:10

H1 IPR

H2 POL

H3 FDI

H4 GEO

H5 DEV

14:30-14:50

The Role of Flexible Technologies in International Economic Integration

Rafael Moner-Colonques and Jose Jorge Sempere-Monerris

Psychological Trade

Michel Blanchard and Frédéric Peltrault

On the Role of Distance for Outward FDI

Peter Egger

Transport Infrastructure, Firm Location, Trade and Welfare

Jose Melendez-Hidalgo, Piet Rietveld, and Erik Verhoef

Trade and Democracy in Developing Countries

Cindy Duc, Clotilde Granger, and Jean-Marc Siroën

14:50-15:10

Patterns of Technology Transfer to the Developing Countries: Differentiating Between Embodied and Disembodied Knowledge

Elif Bascavusoglu

Roadblock to Reform: The Persistence of Agricultural Export Subsidies

Ralf Peters

FDI Location and Size: Does Employment Protection Legislation Matter?

Dominique M. Gross and Michael Ryan

Inter-sector Mobility, Accumulation, and Agglomeration in a Multi-region Model of Trade Liberalization

Joseph Francois, Hans van Mijl, and Frank van Tongeren

A South-South Survival Strategy: the Potential for Trade Among Developing Countries

Marco Fugazza, and David Vanzetti

15:10-15:30

Complementarity between Internationalisation and Local Knowledge in Regional Technological Progress

Enrique López-Bazo, Francisco Requena Silvente, and Guadalupe Serrano

Commercial Policy under Cross-Border Ownership

Jota Ishikawa, Yoichi Sugita, and Laixun Zhao

A Signalling Model of Firms' Foreign Investment Location Decision (FDI and Multinationals)

António Brandăo and Rosa Forte

Explaining Industrial Location Patterns in CEECs

Antje Hildebrandt and Julia Wörz

Regional Business Cycles and National Economic Borders: What are the Effects of Trade Liberalization in Developing Countries?

Andrea Molinari and Christian Volpe Martincus

15:30-15:50

R&D Policies, Trade and Process Innovation

Jan I. Haaland and Hans Jarle Kind

Can Turkey Cope with Textile Giants?

Gokhan Ibili and Saime Kayam

Towards New Trans-Ocean Free Trade Areas: Estimating Export and FDI Potentials from Dynamic Panel Data Models

Nicolas Peridy

Economic Geography, Technological Differences, Trade and Income: New Empirical Evidence

Laura Márquez and Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso

Economic Freedom and Economic Growth: A Time Series Evidence from the Italian Economy

Fuat Erdal

15:50-16:10

Distance in the Global Village

Gabriel Felbermayr and Wilhelm Kohler

The Impact of Financial Development and Asset Tangibility on Export: Theory and Evidence

Jung Hur, Manoj Raj, and Yohanes E. Riyanto

16:10-16:40

Coffee

16:40-18:00

I1 IPR

I2

I3

I4 GEO

I5 DEV

16:40-17:00

FDI Mode of Entry and Acquisition of Firm Specific Assets

Susana Iranzo

 

 

Beta and sigma convergence: Theoretical foundation, econometric estimation and an application to the growth of European regions

Peter Egger and Michael Pfaffermayr

Tourism Immiserisation in Sub-Saharan Countries, Fact or Fiction?

Nishaal Gooroochurn and Adam Blake

17:00-17:20

Do Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Ownership Control Facilitate International Licensing? Some Evidence from Licensing Contract Data of Japan

Sadao Nagaoka

 

 

A Model of Geography, Income and Growth

Per Botolf Maurseth

International Trade, Resource Curse, and Demographic Transition

Pertti Haaparanta

17:20-17:40

 

 

Does agglomeration explain regional income inequalities?

Karen Helene Midelfart

Contribution of Services to Productivity Enhancement and Growth in Indian Manufacturing Industries: Pre and Post Trade Reforms

Rashmi Banga and Bishwanath Goldar

17:40-18:00

 

 

 

Timeliness, Trade and Agglomeration

James Harrigan and Anthony J. Venables

Economic Geography and Demand-Driven Industrialisation

Holger Breinlich 

18:00-18:15

Break

18:15-19:00

PLENARY SESSION 4                                                                                  Room B63                                           Chair: Joseph Francois

Outsourcing of Innovation

Edwin Lai, Raymond Riezman, and Ping Wang

19:00

End of Conference

Notes:   Name of paper presenter is in boldface.

                 In parallel sessions, the last presenter will take the chair.

Category

Description

A-D

Antidumping, countervailing duties, and safeguards

COM

Scale economies, market structure, and competition

DEV

International development and economic growth

DOT

Determinants of trade patterns

ENV

Trade, foreign investment, and the environment

FDI

FDI, MNEs, and firm-level studies

GEO

Economic geography

IPR

Intellectual property rights and technology licensing

LAB

Labour market issues, earnings inequality, and migration

POL

The political economy of trade policy and of MNEs/FDI

REI

Regionalism and economic integration

Last revised 08 September 2004