PSE Global issues conference “Re/De/Globalization” | 22-24 May
Paris School of Economics organizes an annual conference on major societal challenges. The 2023 conference, entitled “Re/De/Globalization”, will bring together renowned researchers and policy makers to analyze and discuss new trends at the heart of international flows of goods, capital and people.
Its aim will be to re-examine the globalization of exchanges from the perspectives of technological innovation, ecological transition, fiscal justice, cultural diversity and geopolitics.
Featuring scientific sessions, two plenary lectures, and a roundtable discussion, it is aimed at a broad audience, including government officials and policymakers, the media, and academia.
- Date: From Monday 22 May to Wednesday 24 May 2023
- Place: Paris School of Economics
48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
9:00-12:30 - Session A: Globalization, innovation and preferences
9:00-10:30 - Session A-1: Globalization and innovation
11:00-12:30 - Session A-2: Globalization and preferences
14:00-17:30 - Session B: International taxation
14:00-15:30 - Session B-1: Tax shifting
16:00-17:30 - Session B-2: Tax avoidance
9:00-12:30 - Session C: Migration
9:00-10:30 - Session C-1: Migration and the diffusion of knowledge and information
11:00-12:30 - Session C-2: Migration, culture and nation building
13:30-14:30 - Keynote: Ralph Ossa (Chief Economist - World Trade Organization)
14:30-18:00 - Session D: Trade and Pollution
14:30-16:00 - Session D-1: Paris trade seminar : Daniel Xu (University of Duke), «Regulating conglomerates in China : Evidence from an Energy Conservation Program»
16:30-18:00 - Session D-2: Trade and Pollution
9:00-10:30: Keynote and Round table
9:00 - Keynote: Beata Javorcik (Chief Economist - European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
9:45 - Round table: Beata Javorcik (Chief Economist - EBRD), Michel Sirat (Executive Vice President Strategy & M&A - CMA CGM) and Lionel Fontagné (PSE and Banque de France), in partnership with the Globalization Chair.
11:00-13:15 - Session E: Trade, Energy and the Environment