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- 21. FIW Workshop "From Tariffs to Standards. Assessing the role of Non-Tariff Measures".
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- 19. Trade, Migration and Labor Market Outcomes.
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- 16. An Industrial Renaissance in Europe.
- 15. Trade & Productivity.
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- 13. Global Trade and Growth.
- 12. Research Agenda.
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- 10. New Protectionism.
- 9. Access to Microdata.
- 8. New New Trade Theory.
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- 1. EU-Enlargment.
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19. FIW Workshop: Trade, Migration and Labor Market Outcomes
FIW-Workshop "Trade, Migration and Labor Market Outcomes"
Thursday, February 25, 2016, 8:30 a.m - 5:00 p.m..
Austrian Institute of Economic Research - WIFO, Arsenal Object 20, 1030 Vienna
The goal of this one-day workshop on Trade, Migration and Labor Market Outcomes is to bring together leading theoretical and empirical economists from the field to stimulate interaction and instigate policy conclusions based on novel research that combines new theory with new empirics. The one-day workshop will deal with the relationship between trade, migration and labor markets, a theme that has gained particular policy attention, given the increased concerns of internationalisation patterns and migration flows for home country labor market outcomes. We are delighted to welcome Prof. Gianmarco Ottaviano (London School of Economics and Political Science) as our keynote speaker, additionally the workshop will consist of three academic sessions.
The workshop is organised by Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) in cooperation within the Research Center International Economics (FIW).
The FIW is a project of the The Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW). It is a collaboration of WIFO, wiiw, WSR and Vienna University of Economics and Business, University of Vienna and Johannes Kepler University Linz.
(Papers and Powerpoint presentations, as far as available, are posted on our website after the workshop.)
8:30 Registration, coffee
9:00 Opening Remarks:
Marcus Scheiblecker (WIFO), Manfred Schekulin (BMWFW)
9:15 Session I – Globalization and the Labor Market
Chair: Jesus Crespo Cuaresma (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
· Nora Strecker (with Peter Egger and Sergey Nigai - ETH Zurich)
The Taxing Deed of Globalization: The effects of trade and migration
on composition of and contribution to tax revenues
· Jörn Kleinert (University of Graz)
Trade, Labor Markets and Migration
10:45 Coffee break
11:00 Keynote Lecture by Gianmarco Ottaviano (London School of Economics)
Chair: Harald Oberhofer (WIFO and WU Vienna)
"Immigration, Trade and Productivity in Services: Evidence from UK Firms"
13:45 Session II – Labor Market Institutions and Migration
Chair: Karin Mayr (University of Vienna)
· Herbert Brücker (IAB)
Refugee Migration into the EU and Germany
· Martin Guzi (Masaryk University Brno)
What explains Immigrant-Native gaps in European Labor Markets: The role of institutions
15:15 Coffee Break
15:30 Session III – Ethnicity, Culture and International Migration
Chair: Elisabeth Christen (WIFO)
· Mariola Pytlikova (VSB-Technical University Ostrava)
Do Natives' Attitudes influence International Migration? - Cancelled
· Peter Huber (WIFO)
Ethnic diversity and the employment prospects of immigrants