Globalization during the Age of Transition
We welcome papers on International Economics and Finance topics. Our scope spans topics that deal with multilateral, regional, and national issues, with a strong focus on international trade and finance.
We invite theoretical, conceptual, and empirical proposals on all aspects of international trade and finance. This includes papers on trade, innovation and productivity, global value chains, growth, productivity, innovation, finance, the impact of Covid-19 on trade, migration, and financial flows, cyber security-economic warfare, digital trade, e-commerce, intellectual property protections, trade in services, tourism, communications, transportation, governance, international law, management, and Industry-specific studies.
Hurst Senior Practitioner in Residence at American University
Former Chief Economist and the Director: WTO- Economic Research and Statistics Division
Abstract Submission deadline: Feb 28, 2023
Acceptance decisions announced by March 15, 2023
All Presenters must be registered by March 30, 2023
The conference program will be available from April 15, 2023
Faculty and Professionals (in person)- $300
Students (in person) – $150
Virtual attendance & presentation: $400
Fees Include: One-year ITFA Membership, subscription to the Global Economy Journal, access to Mondo Data Science Platform, networking events, reception, lunches, and a gala dinner. There will be a special workshop for graduate students where they can receive feedback on their papers.
The local organizing team is based in the U.S. and is composed of Marta Bengoa (the City University of New York, University of Johannesburg, and CIRANO), Matthew Kidder (Newberry College), Maia Linask (University of Richmond), Thierry Warin (HEC Montreal and CIRANO), Sarah Bryant (Newberry College), Scheherazade Rehman (George Washington University)
There will be a special workshop for graduate students where they can receive feedback on their papers.
Coming Soon! Conference attendees will receive a discounted rate.