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Beijing International Trade and Investment Symposium

FDI at the Crossroads of Globalization

The Institute for International Economic Policy is excited to co-sponsor its first event in China, joint with the University Business and Economics’ School of International Trade and Economics. For more information, contact Cathy Ge Bao at baoge@uibe.edu.cn.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

8:15 AM - 6:30 PM

Monday, May 15, 2017

9:00 AM - 6:30 PM

University of International Business and Economics

University Research Hall, 5th Floor

Beijing, China

08:15-08:45 08:45-09:00

09:00-10:00

10:00-10:40

10:40-10:55 10:55-11:35

11:35-12:15

Coffee and Registration
Welcoming Remarks (Junjie Hong, Dean, School of International Trade and Economics, UIBE)

MORNING SESSION (Moderator: TBD)

Keynote Lecture: Keith Head (University of British Columbia)

Brands in Motion: How Frictions Shape Multinational Production (with Thierry Mayer)

Katheryn Russ (University of California at Davis)

Competition with Multinational Firms (with Balázs Muraközy)

Tea Break

Keynote Lecture: Guijun Lin (UIBE)

TBD

Andreas Moxnes (University of Oslo)

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12:15-13:30

13:30-14:30

14:30-15:10

15:10-15:25 15:25-16:05

16:05-16:45

18:30-

Exporters’ and Multinational Firms’ Life-cycle Dynamics

(with Anna Gumpert, Natalia Ramondo, and Felix Tintelnot)

Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION (Moderator: TBD)

Keynote Lecture: Beata Javorcik (Oxford University)

Pollution Haven or Halo? FDI-Induced Effects on Manufacturing Plants in Indonesia
(with A. Brucal and I. Love)

Larry Qiu (Hong Kong University)

Joint Venture Choice, Market Share Rivalry, and Spillovers: Evidence from China
(with Kun Jiang, Wolfgang Keller, and William Ridley)

Tea Break

Qing Liu (University of International Business and Economics)

Share Equity, Share Technology: Quid Pro Quo FDI and the International Technology Diffusion to Chinese Firms
(with Ruosi Lu and Chao Yang)

Maggie Chen (George Washington University)

Foreign Powers, Domestic Integration, and Firms: Evidence from Shanghai in the Era of Concessions
(with Laura Alfaro, Cathy Ge Bao, Junjie Hong, and Claudia Steinwender)

Dinner

MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

MORNING SESSION (Moderator: TBD)

09:00-10:00 Keynote Lecture: Stephen Yeaple (Penn State University)
Costas Arkolakis, Natalia Ramondo Andrés Rodríguez-Clare)

Innovation and Production in the Global Economy

(with

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10:00-10:40

10:40-10:55 10:55-11:35

11:35-13:00

13:00-13:40

13:40-14:20

14:20-14:35 14:35-16:55

Nitya Pandalai-Nayar (University of Texas at Austin and Princeton)
Multinationals, Offshoring and the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing
(with Christoph E. Boehm and Aaron Flaaen)

Tea Break

Keynote Lecture: Guoqiang Long (State Council Development Research Center)
TBD

Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION (Moderator: TBD)

Yucheng Shao (Nanjing University)

FDI and Firm Innovation: Theory and Evidence from China (with Xiaoping Chen and Lianmin Zhu)

Xin Wang (Peking University)

Dynamics of Foreign Direct Investment and Human Capital Accumulation

Tea Break

Policy Presentations and Discussions
James Zhan (UNCTAD)
Jiyao Bi (National Development and Reform Commission, Academy of Macroeconomic Research)
Rihong Liu (Ministry of Commerce, Policy Research Department)

Dinner

Ulrich Blum (Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg)

16:55-17:00 Concluding Remarks (Maggie Chen, George Washington University)

18:30-

Sunday, May 14th

08:15-08:45: Coffee and Registration

08:45-09:00: Welcoming Remarks (Junjie Hong, Dean, School of International Trade and Economics, UIBE)

MORNING SESSION
(Moderator: TBD)

09:00-10:00: Keynote Lecture: Keith Head (University of British Columbia) Brands in Motion: How Frictions Shape Multinational Production (with Thierry Mayer)

10:00-10:40:  Katheryn Russ (University of California at Davis) Competition with Multinational Firms (with Balázs Muraközy)

10:40-10:55: Tea Break

10:55-11:35: Keynote Lecture: Guijun Lin (UIBE) TBD

11:35-12:15: Andreas Moxnes (University of Oslo) Exporters’ and Multinational Firms’ Life-cycle Dynamics (with Anna Gumpert, Natalia Ramondo, and Felix Tintelnot)

12:15-13:30: Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION (Moderator: TBD)

13:30-14:30: Keynote Lecture: Beata Javorcik (Oxford University) Pollution Haven or Halo? FDI-Induced Effects on Manufacturing Plants in Indonesia (with A. Brucal and I. Love)

14:30-15:10: Larry Qiu (Hong Kong University) Joint Venture Choice, Market Share Rivalry, and Spillovers: Evidence from China (with Kun Jiang, Wolfgang Keller, and William Ridley)

15:10-15:25: Tea Break

15:25-16:05: Qing Liu (University of International Business and Economics) Share Equity, Share Technology: Quid Pro Quo FDI and the International Technology Diffusion to Chinese Firms
(with Ruosi Lu and Chao Yang)

16:05-16:45: Maggie Chen (George Washington University) Foreign Powers, Domestic Integration, and Firms: Evidence from Shanghai in the Era of Concessions (with Laura Alfaro, Cathy Ge Bao, Junjie Hong, and Claudia Steinwender)

18:30- : Dinner

MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

MORNING SESSION
(Moderator: TBD)

09:00-10:00 Keynote Lecture: Stephen Yeaple (Penn State University) Innovation and Production in the Global Economy (with Costas Arkolakis, Natalia Ramondo, and Andrés Rodríguez-Clare)

10:00-10:40: Nitya Pandalai-Nayar (University of Texas at Austin and Princeton) Multinationals, Offshoring and the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing (with Christoph E. Boehm and Aaron Flaaen)

10:40-10:55: Tea Break

10:55-11:35: Keynote Lecture: Guoqiang Long (State Council Development Research Center) TBD

11:35-13:00: Lunch

AFTERNOON SESSION
(Moderator: TBD)

13:00-13:40: Yucheng Shao (Nanjing University) FDI and Firm Innovation: Theory and Evidence from China (with Xiaoping Chen and Lianmin Zhu)

13:40-14:20: Xin Wang (Peking University) Dynamics of Foreign Direct Investment and Human Capital Accumulation

14:20-14:35: Tea Break

14:35-16:55: Policy Presentations and Discussions
James Zhan (UNCTAD)
Jiyao Bi (National Development and Reform Commission, Academy of Macroeconomic Research)
Rihong Liu (Ministry of Commerce, Policy Research Department)
Ulrich Blum (Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg)

16:55-17:00 Concluding Remarks (Maggie Chen, George Washington University)

18:30- : Dinner

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