Robert E. Baldwin International Workshop

Important note:

The International Workshop meets:

3.8.24: Room 8417 in Sewell Social Science Building
4.19.24: Discovery Building – Orchard View Room (Room 3280)

Faculty organizer: Kim Ruhl

Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
3/8
(9:00 AM)
Cheng Chen Clemson Room 8417 in Sewell Social Science Building Multinationals and Structural Transformation
3/8
(10:30 AM)
Swapnika Rachapalli UBC Sauder School of Business Room 8417 in Sewell Social Science Building Multi-Product Markups
3/8
(2:00 PM)
Tomas Dominguez-iino Univ of Chicago Room 8417 in Sewell Social Science Building Efficiency and Redistribution in Environmental Policy: An Equilibrium Analysis of Agricultural Supply Chains
3/8
(3:30 PM)
Mario Crucini Purdue Room 8417 in Sewell Social Science Building Which US States Suffered a Greater Great Depression and Why?
4/19
(9:00 AM)
Dmitry Mukhin London School of Economics Discovery Building – Orchard View Room (Room 3280) Optimal Exchange Rate Policy
4/19
(10:30 AM)
Antonio Coppola Stanford GSB Discovery Building – Orchard View Room (Room 3280) The Geography of Capital Allocation in the Euro Area
4/19
(2:00 PM)
Ryan Chahrour Cornell Discovery Building – Orchard View Room (Room 3280) The Dollar in an Era of International Retrenchment
4/19
(3:30 PM)
Rosen Valchev Boston College Discovery Building – Orchard View Room (Room 3280) Risky Business Cycles
Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
9/08 (9:00am) Giancarlo Corsetti European University Institute Union South - Industry Room (3rd Floor) The insulation puzzle
9/08 (10:30am) Vincenzo Quadrini USC Union South - Industry Room (3rd Floor) Dynamic Credit Constraints: Theory and Evidence from Credit Lines
9/08 (2:00pm) Aleksei Oskolkov University of Chicago Union South - Industry Room (3rd Floor) Heterogeneous Impact of the Global Financial Cycle
9/08 (3:30pm) Jon Steinsson UC Berkeley Union South - Industry Room (3rd Floor) The Macroeconomic Consequences of Exchange Rate Depreciations
10/20 (9:00am) Mayara Felix Yale Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 Labor Market Effects of Domestic Outsourcing: Evidence from Legalization in Brazil
10/20 (10:30am) Nuno Limao Georgetown Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 An Import(ant) Price of Brexit
10/20 (2:15pm) Natalia Ramondo Boston University Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 The Carbon Footprint of Multinational Production
10/20 (3:30pm) Andrés Rodríguez-Clare UC Berkeley Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 The New Trade Quantitative Model: Equilibrium and Welfare Analysis
10/24 Mengqi Wang UW-Madison Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 Spatial Implications of Trade Cost Reductions with Resource Reallocation Frictions
12/01 (9:00am) Valentina Bruno American University Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 Original Sin Redux: Role of Duration Risk
12/01 (10:30am) Sushant Acharya Bank of Canada Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 Inequality and Optimal Monetary Policy in the Open Economy
12/01 (2:00pm) Masao Fukui Boston College Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 Globalization and the Ladder of Development: Pushed to the Top or Held at the Bottom?
12/01 (3:30pm) Luigi Bocola Stanford Social Sciences Building - Room 8417 The Macroeconomics of Trade Credit
Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
3/03 (9:00-10:15am) Albert Queralto Federal Reserve Board Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Uncertainty Shocks, Capital Flows, and International Risk Spillovers
Doireann Fitzgerald Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) The Impact of Multinationals Along the Job Ladder
3/03 (1:30-2:45pm) Guido Lorenzoni Chicago Booth Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Wage Price Spirals
George Alessandria University of Rochester Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Rising Current Account Dispersion: Financial or Trade Integration
5/02 (Tuesday) Kevin O'Rourke NYU Abu Dhabi 8417 Social Sciences The Empire Project: Trade Policy in Interwar Canada
Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
9/9 (9:00-10:15am) Paul Bergin UC Davis Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Capital Account Policy, Firm-Dynamics, and Export-led Growth
9/9 (10:30-11:15am) Fabrizio Perri FRB of Minneapolis Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) The End of Privilege: A Reexamination of the Net Foreign Asset Position of the United States
9/9 (1:30-2:45pm) Maxime Sauzet Boston University Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Asset Prices, Global Portfolios, and the International Financial System
9/9 (3:00-4:15pm) Chris Clayton Yale Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Internationalizing Like China
10/25 (3:45-5:15pm) Andy Lehrer UW-Madison 8417 Social Sciences Trade Policy Uncertainty and Import Prices
10/28 (9:00-10:15am) Pablo Ottonello University of Michigan 8417 Social Sciences Are Collateral-Constraint Models Ready for Macroprudential Policy Design?
10/28 (10:30-11:45am) Tony Zhang Federal Reserve Board 8417 Social Sciences Understanding the Strength of the Dollar (with Zhengyang Jiang and Robert Richmond)
10/28 (1:45-3:00pm) Felipe Saffie University of Virginia 8417 Social Sciences The Micro and Macro Dynamics of Capital Inflows
10/28 (3:15-4:30pm) Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé Columbia 8417 Social Sciences Optimal Bank Reserve Remuneration and Capital Control Policy
11/11 (9:00-10:15am) Sewon Hur FRB-Dallas 8417 Social Sciences The Distributional Effects of International Tariffs
11/11 (10:30-11:45am) Jing Zhang FRB-Chicago 8417 Social Sciences A Quantitative Analysis of Tariffs across U.S. States
11/11 (2:00-3:15pm) Lydia Cox Harvard 8417 Social Sciences The Regressive Nature of the U.S. Tariff Code: Origins and Implications
11/11 (3:30-4:45pm) Michael Waugh FRB-Minneapolis 8417 Social Sciences Heterogeneous Agent Trade
Adrien Auclert Speaker Institution Presentation Title
2/22 *VIRTUAL* Steve Wu UCSD Foreign Reserves Management and Original Sin
3/22 Ina Simonovska University of California Economic Stabilizers in Emerging Markets: The Case for Trade Credit
3/29 Federica Romei University of Oxford Why does capital flow from equal to unequal countries?
4/12 Adrien Aculert Stanford University Exchange Rates and Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents: Sizing up the Real Income Channel
4/19 Javier Cravino University of Michigan The International Price of Remote Work
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
9/7 Notre Dame Sound and Fury: Signaling in Sovereign Debt Markets
9/14 UW-Madison Liquidity Traps, Prudential Policies, and International Spillovers
9/21 Sosa Padilla Araujo, Cesar Notre Dame Reserve Accumulation, Macroeconomic Stabilization, and Sovereign Risk (joint work w/ Javier Bianchi)
9/28 *POSTPONED* FRB Minneapolis Bank Runs, Fragility and Credit Easing (with Manuel Amador)
10/5 UW-Madison Why Do Emerging Economies Borrow in Foreign Currency?
10/12 U-Penn Beware the Side Effects: Capital Controls, Misallocation and Welfare
10/19 Yale Spatial Production Networks
10/26 Federal Reserve Board Globalization, Trade Imbalances, and Labor Market Adjustment
11/2 Boston University Sources and Transmission of Country Risk
12/7 Lehrer, Andy UW-Madison The Effect of Trade Policy Uncertainty on U.S. Import Prices: High Tariff Pass-Through vs. Low Exchange Rate Pass-Through
12/14 *NOON* Northwestern Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: Efficient Risk Sharing or Prescription for Disaster?
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/16 Berkeley
A Preferred-Habitat Model of Term Premia, Currencies and Monetary Policy Spillovers (with Walker Ray (LSE) and Dimitri Vayanos (LSE))
3/23 University of Maryland
Exchange Rate Disconnect Redux” (joint with Ryan Chahrour, Vito Cormun, Pablo Guerron-Quintana, and Rosen Valchev)
3/30 UCLA
4/6
Northwestern Kellogg
4/13
This seminar begins at 2 pm
University of Lausanne
4/20
This seminar begins at 1 pm
Stanford GSB
International Banks: Re-Agents of Globalization joint with Chris Meissner and Will Kisling
4/27 FRB-NYC
International Capital Flow Pressures, joint with Signe Krogstrup
5/4 Columbia
Does the Commodity Super Cycle Matter? with Andrés Fernández and Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/3 Federal Reserve Bank of NY
3/10 Johns Hopkins University
3/24 Columbia
3/31 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Workers’ Skills, Occupational Choice and the Labor Market Effects of International Trade and Automation
4/7 Boston University
4/14 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
4/21 MIT Sloan
4/28 LSE/Federal Reserve Bank of NY
5/5 Chicago Booth
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
9/10 Dmitry Mukhin UW-Madison
9/19 Kenneth Rogoff Harvard (joint with Macro)
9/24 Juan Passadore EIEF
10/1 Illenin Kondo Notre Dame
10/15 Guido Lorenzoni Northwestern
10/22 Steve Wu UW-Madison Corporate Balance Sheets and Sovereign Risk Premia
10/28 Jian Wang CUHK-Shenzhen FDI and firm productivity: The role of financial constraints
10/29 Dohyeon Lee UW-Madison Optimal Monetary Policy in an Open Economy under Imperfect Capital Mobility
11/5
CANCELED
Rosen Valchev Boston College
11/12
(2.45 - 4.15 pm)
Giancarlo Corsetti Cambridge University
11/19 Dmitriy Sergeyev Bocconi University
11/26 Sanjay Singh UC-Davis
12/3 Michael Devereux University of British Columbia
12/10 Michael Waugh NYU Business
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/5 Steve Wu UW-Madison Corporate Balance Sheets and Sovereign Risk Premia
4/2 Andrei Levchenko University of Michigan
4/16 Jing Zhang FRB of Chicago International Capital Flows: Private vs. Public
4/23 Davin Chor Dartmouth
4/30 Linda Tesar University of Michigan