18th Annual Conference on:
Nov. 4-6, 2011
University of Redlands
Bay Area Council
Next fall, the Purdue Center for International Business Education and Research, will be hosting the 18th Annual Empirical Investigations in International Trade conference. At this conference, economists specializing in empirical international trade will present their current research. The goal of this conference is to promote the awareness of ongoing research in the area. It is also our hope that by bringing together people of similar interests, increased communication of ideas and future directions for the general research area will be promoted.
Prize for best paper on:
The EIIT Conference is now offering a prize of $500 to cover travel expenses to the author of the best paper submitted that has relevance for newly developing nations. This agenda is quite broad and can pertain to research on newly developing nations in Africa or transition economies in Europe and Asia.
Format: The conference will begin at 9am Friday, and will continue through noon on Sunday. We anticipate having a total of 15 presentations, 6 on Friday, 6 on Saturday and 3 more on Sunday morning. Each session will be an hour long, with 30-40 minutes going to the presentation, 10 minutes to the discussant, and the remaining time to be used for open discussion.
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Programs from previous EIIT Conferences