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GTAP Events: 20th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis

20th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis
"Global Economic Analysis in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities"


Purdue University
Stewart Center
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN, USA

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General Information
Dates: June 7-9, 2017

Location: Stewart Center, Purdue University
128 Memorial Mall
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 USA

Organizer: Center for Global Trade Analysis, Purdue University

Program Details: PDF File Conference Program

Webpage 2017 Conference Papers   ISSN 2160-2115 (online)

Webpage Participant List

PDF File Participant Certification Letter


Distinguished Plenary Speakers
The following plenary sessions will open and the close the conference and feature distinguished intellectual leaders in their respective fields whose presentations are designed to introduce participants to new topics as well as provide fresh insights into familiar ones.

"Back to the Future: A 25-year Retrospective on GTAP and the Shaping of a New Agenda"
June 7, 9:00-11:00am

Panelists
Thomas Hertel
Distinguished Professor and Executive Director
Center for Global Trade Analysis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University

Topic(s): Introduction, vision, and thoughts for the future
Frank van Tongeren
Head of Division, Policies in Trade and Agriculture
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Topic(s): GTAP as a common language and global public good
Bob Koopman
Chief Economist
Economic Research and Statistics Division, World Trade Organization

Topic(s): GTAP's influence on trade policy makers
John Reilly
Co-Director
The MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change

Topic(s): GTAP's role in meeting the needs for quantitative environmental assessment
Joseph Francois
Professor of Economics
World Trade Institute

Topic(s): GTAP's role in practical implementation of theoretical advances in trade modeling
Stephen Karingi
Director, Regional Integration, Infrastructure and Trade Division
United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

Topic(s): GTAP's role in addressing developing countries' issues

"Looking Ahead: Future Challenges for Global Economic Analysis"
Marc Melitz
David A. Wells Professor of Political Economy
Harvard University

Presentation Date: June 8, 9-10am
Presentation Title: Competitive Effects of Trade: Theory and Measurement
Ian Goldin
Professor of Globalisation and Development
University of Oxford

Presentation Date: June 8, 1:30-2:30pm
Presentation Title: Looking Forward: The Megatrends that will shape our world
David Hummels
Dean and Professor of Economics
Purdue University

Presentation Date: June 9, 2:30-3:30pm
Presentation Title: Task Utilization in Producing Economics: the Role of GTAP in an Increasingly Complex Research Landscape



Travel Funding Opportunities
The following travel funding opportunities were available to those with a paper accepted into the conference program. Individuals interested in being considered for the travel funding reimbursement opportunities detailed below must indicate so on the abstract submission form. In order to be considered, individuals must:
  • be early career researchers within five years of the start of their research careers. This normally means that they have been awarded a PhD or equivalent research doctorate in the past five years.
  • be active in undertaking applied model-based analyses of real world problems using GEMPACK, GAMS, and/or related software. Those seeking to extend existing tools available to CGE modellers will be given special consideration.
  • upload their CV and the finished version of their paper on the abstract submission form
Selection of those receiving travel reimbursement funds will be determined by an assessment panel consisting of a designee from the donor (CoPS or GAMS), a GTAP Center designee, and a senior individual from the Conference Program Committee.

Travel reimbursement will cover the basic costs associated with attending the GTAP Conference. Funding is independently provided by the Centre of Policy Studies, Victoria University (Pearson funds) and the GAMS Development Corporation (Meeraus/Rutherford funds), up to a pre-determined maximum. The Center for Global Trade Analysis will fund the cost of each recipient's registration. Those receiving travel reimbursement funds will be required to make their own arrangements, paying all expenses up front, and then submit receipts to the Center for Global Trade Analysis for reimbursement following the conference. The following items will be reimbursable; however, U.S. taxes may be withheld from the final reimbursement.
  • Airfare (Economy class)
  • Accommodation (4 nights)
  • Standard visa fees (if applicable)
  • Ground transportation
Ken Pearson Travel Funds

Ken PearsonCoPS Following in his tradition, and in recognition of the many contributions made by the late Professor Ken Pearson, developer of GEMPACK, to the GTAP Network, the Centre of Policy Studies (CoPS), Victoria University has graciously funded travel reimbursement, in his name, to support the participation of a promising young researcher at the annual GTAP conference and encourage their contribution to the use and further development of analytical software for CGE modelling.


Alex Meeraus / Thomas Rutherford Travel Funds

Alex MeerausThomas Rutherford Funding for this travel reimbursement opportunity has been graciously provided by the GAMS Development Corporation, to support the participation of a promising young researcher at the annual GTAP Conference and encourage their contribution to the use and further development of analytical software for CGE modelling.








Congratulations to the following that received travel funding to attend and present at the conference.

Ken Pearson Travel Funds Alex Meeraus / Thomas Rutherford Travel Funds

Sudarshan Chalise
PhD Scholar, Griffith University
Australia

Qiaomin Li
Lecturer, Northwest University
China




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