Virtual Seminar Series on the Economics of Industrial Policy

  • 05 May - 09 Jun 2020
  • London, UK
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4th CEPR/EBRD/Economics of Transition and Institutional Change Symposium on “The Economics of Industrial Policy”

The CEPR/EBRD/ETIC Virtual Seminar Series deal with the economics of industrial policy this year.
The virtual seminars will provide a platform for researchers and policymakers to discuss new research and to identify areas where further academic and policy-oriented work is needed.
The 6-week virtual seminar series will occur every Tuesday at 3pm London time.
Schedule of Talks:
- 5 May 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): Data-intensive Innovation and the State: Evidence from AI Firms in China by Noam Yucthman (LSE)
- 12 May 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): The Textbook Case for Industrial Policy: Theory Meets Data by Dominick Bartelme (University of Michigan)
- 19 May 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): Multinational Production and "Soft" Industrial Policies by Christian Volpe Martincus (IADB)
- 26 May 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): Are “Complementary Policies" Substitutes? Evidence from R&D Subsidies in the UK by Jacquelyn Pless (MIT)
- 2 June 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): Innovation Union: Costs and Benefits of Innovation Policy Coordination by Giammairo Impullitti (Nottingham and CEPR)
- 9 June 2020 (Tuesday, 3 pm London time): Language Barriers and Knowledge Transfers from FDI: Experimental Evidence by Rocco Macchiavello (LSE and CEPR)
Please register to join the seminars via Zoom.
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