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Workshop: International Political Economy and Cross-Border Effects - Papers available for download

19 May 2011

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On Thursday 28 April 2011 the Centre for Globalisation Research (CGR) sponsored a one-day workshop at Goodenough College. It's overall aim was to look at cross-border effects within a somewhat wider disciplinary framework than pure economics. The workshop was a forum to discuss the latest political economy related issues. It's goal was to select a small number of papers in order to allow for feedback and debate from participants. Of particular interest were papers that considered the following topics:

Global and regional governance, Human and civil rights, Environmental spillovers and treaties, Development assistance, The role of the World Bank/IMF/WTO and Linkages between trade and governance/human rights/environment.

Download Programme [PDF 179KB].

Below are the paper submissions available for download.

Middle-Income Developing Countries and the trade-labour linkage at the WTO ?? [DOC 175KB] 
Gonzalez-Garibay Montserrat, Adriaensen Johan, Kerremans Bart

Consitutional Choice, Fiscal Federalism, and International Environmental Agreements [PDF 177KB]Wolfgang Buchholz, University of Regensburg and CESifo
Alexander Haupt, University of Haupt, Universitry of Plymouth and CESifo
Wolfgang Peters, European University Viadrina

General Equilibrium Impacts of Energy Pollution Taxes in UK [PDF 181KB]Keshab Bhattarai, University of Hull, Business School

Trade, Economic Freedom and Corruption: Cross Country Evidence [PDF 227KB]Muhammad Tariq Majeed, University of Glasgow

Does democratic distance matter for cross-country growth interdependence? [PDF 284KB]Claude Diebolt, BETA, University of Strausbourg, France

Impact of FDI, ODA and Migrant remittances on Economic Growth in developing Countries; A systems Approach [DOC 135KB]Nigel Driffield & Chris Jones, Aston Business School, Economics & Strategy

Public Deficit Volatility [PDF 361KB]Sushanta Mallick, Banikanta Mishra and Tapas Mishra

Public Deficit Volatility [PDF 361KB]Luca Agnello and Ricardo M.Sousa

Svetlana Andrianova and Panicos Demetriades, University of Leceister

Cronyism [PDF 293KB]Pedro S. Martins, Queen Mary, University of London

Food commodity prices: the effects of currency exchange rate volatility [DOC 23KB]Ian Macfarlane, School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, University of Reading

Do institutional reforms increase firm performance and eliminate rents? [PDF 470KB]Nigel L. Driffield, Aston University, Tomasz Mickiewicz, University College London and Yama Temouri Aston University

Why do they migrate to Portugal? A dynamic probit panel data model [PDF 168KB]Paulo Reis Mourao , University of Minho

Interstate competition and political stability [PDF 253KB]David Hugh-Jones, CAGE Warwick

Regional economic integration: Some unexplored issues [DOC 148KB]Ram Upendra Das, RIS New Delhi

Are remittances manna from heaven? Evidence from an agnostic approach [PDF 6KB]Isabel Ruiz, Sam Houston State University and Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford

Human Rights: The effect of neighboring countries [DOC 770KB]Todd Landman, University of Essex, Huw Edwards, Loughborugh University, Tulio Antonio-Cravo and David Kernohan, Middlesex University


For further information please contact Sushanta Mallick at s.mallick@qmul.ac.uk

 

 

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