8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON

“EMPIRICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE & FINANCE (EIITF)”


15th AND 16th December, 2022, New Delhi

EMERGING DYNAMICS OF TRADE AND FINANCE IN THE TIME OF GLOBAL DISRUPTIONS

 
     
     
     
 

Invited Speakers

Name of the distinguished speakers for this year's conference will be updated soon.

List of Eminent scholars present in previous conferences:

Conference

Name

University/Organisation

Topic

1st EIITF

2008

Prof. Partha Sen

Professor, Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi

Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Policy

 

Prof. Kala M. Krishna

Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, The Pennsylvania State University

 

2nd EIITF

2010

Prof. Richard Baldwin

Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva; CEPR Policy Director, and VoxEU.org Editor-in-Chief
 

21st Century Regionalism: Filling the gap between 21st century trade and 20th century trade rules

 

Prof. Bernard Hoekman

Senior Director, International Trade Department, World Bank , Washington

 

Services Trade and Policy: Re-invigorating International Cooperation

 

Prof. Gita Gopinath

Professor, Harvard University, Department of Economics
Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research
Member of Board of Editors, American Economic Review

The Long and Short of Exchange Rate Pass-through

 

Prof. Ganeshan Wignaraja

Principal Economist at the Asian Development Bank’s Office of Regional Economic Integration

Asian Free Trade Agreements: Which Way Now?

 

 

3rd EIITF

2012

Prof. Jeffrey H. Bergstrand
 

Professor
University of Notre Dame

 

 

Prof. Maitreesh Ghatak

Professor
London School of Economics

 

4th EIITF

2014

Prof. Alan V. Deardorff

John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics
Professor of Economics and Public Policy Department of Economics / Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor

Proliferation of Free Trade Agreements and the Implications of Rules of Origin

 

Prof. Graciela Chichilnisky

Professor of Economics and Mathematical Statistics
Columbia University
Director of Columbia Consortium for Risk Management (CCRM)

 

The Carbon Market - Trade and the Global Environment

 

Prof. Jim Rollo

Emeritus Professor (Law)
University of Sussex

TradeSift and International Trade Policy Analysis

 

Prof. Shujiro Urata

Professor
Waseda University

Production Networks and the Role of FDI and Trade in Economic Development in East Asia

 

Dr. Hildegunn Kyvik Nordås

Senior Economist
Trade and Agriculture Directorate
OECD, Paris

 

Service Trade Liberalization: Recent Issues and Challenges

 

Mr. J. S. Deepak

Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce, Government of India

 

5th EIITF

2016

Prof. Leïla Choukroune

Director of the Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities (CSH), New Delhi India, the French National Research Centre (CNRS) Unit on South Asia

"Non-Trade concerns in new mega international trade and investment deals"

 

Prof. Rajat Acharyya

Professor, Department of Economics, Jadavpur University

Trade and Economic Development"

6th EIITF

2018

Prof. Alan L. Winters

Distinguished Professor of Economics, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

BREXIT, Trump: What is Happening to Rules-Based Trade?

 

Prof Joshua Aizenman,

 

Distinguished Professor of International Relations and Economics, University of Southern California

Global Financial and Macro Fragility & Emerging Markets Precautionary Strategies

7th EIITF

2021

(Hybrid Mode)

Dr. Sumit Agarwal

Low Tuck Kwong Professor at the School of Business and Professor in the departments of  Economics, Finance and Real Estate at the National University of Singapore

Digital Payments and Consumption

 

 

Dr. Pol Antras

Robert G. Ory Professor of Economics at Harvard University

Trade Policy and Global Sourcing: A Rationale for Tariff Escalation

 

 

Dr. Jeffrey H. Harris

Gary D. Cohn Goldman Sachs Chair in Finance, Professor, Department of Finance and Real Estate, American University

Financial Markets and Systemic Risk