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Workshop | Industrial Policy in the Global Economy | May 24

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The Paris School of Economics is glad to invite you to the “Industrial Policy in the Global Economy” workshop organized by the Globalization Chair.

Recent years have been marked by a proliferation of industrial policies and protectionist measures against a backdrop of heightened strategic rivalry between countries that are highly integrated commercially, but whose economic and political systems tend to diverge. This workshop will discuss the importance of the return of industrial policy.

  • Date: Friday, May 24, 2024
  • Venue: Paris School of Economics
    48 bd Jourdan, 75014 Paris, room R1-15

Organizers: Ariell Reshef (PSE, CNRS) and Sandra Poncet (PSE, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)



8:45 - Welcome Coffee

09:10-09:15 - Welcome comments

09:15-10:00 - Simon Evenett (University of St Gallen): The Return of Industrial Policy in Data

10:00-11:00 - Harald Fadinger (University of Mannheim): Industrial and Trade Policy in Supply Chains: The Case of Rare Elements
Discussant: Antoine Berthou (Banque de France)

11:00-11:15 - Coffee break

11:15-12:15 - Chiara Criscuolo (OECD): Quantifying Industrial Policy
Discussant: Giordano Mion (ESSEC Business School)

12:15-13:45 - Lunch Break

13:45-14:45 - Gianmarco Ottaviano (Bocconi University): Harnessing market share misallocation with globally coordinated non-discriminatory industrial policies
Discussant: Vincent Rebeyrol (Toulouse School of Economics)

14:45-15:45 - Michele Ruta (International Monetary Fund): Trade spillovers of domestic subsidies
Discussant: Vincent Vicard (CEPII)

15:45-16:15 - Coffee break

16:15-17:15 - Glenn Magerman (University of Oxford): Deglobalization and reorganization of supply chains: Effects on regional inequalities in the EU
Discussant: Jan Schmyk (University of Mannheim)

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The Globalization Chair aims to create a privileged forum for reflection, exchange and transfer between researchers and all entities of society interested in the reconfiguration of globalization and its implications. The approach favored by the chair is empirical. The research is characterized by the use of advanced econometric techniques and the exploitation of various databases combining data from companies, but also more recent sources from the media, NGOs or the monitoring of container ships.