Call for Paper Proposals: 25 Years since TRIPS Patent Policy and International Business

A Special Issue to be published in the Journal of International Business Policy 
(http://resource-cms.springernature.com/springer-cms/rest/v1/content/16167440/data/v1)
Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) have become ubiquitous in the current debates about trade and gloablization and have emerged as a key issue of contention in global trade and investment negotiations.… read more ...

(When) Do Anti-poverty Programs Reduce Violence? India’s Rural Employment Guarantee and Maoist Conflict

Aditya Dasgupta (University of California, Merced), Kishore Gawande (University of Texas, Austin), and Devesh Kapur (Johns Hopkins University – SAIS)

More than half of all nations have experienced a violent civil conflict since 1960.… read more ...

Assistant Professor, Microeconomics University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

The Department of Economics at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, seeks to hire a microeconomist (we are open to any field within microeconomics) who can teach at the undergraduate, masters and PhD levels, and is an active researcher with the potential to excel in publication and build a strong scholarly reputation in economics.… read more ...

Assistant / Associate Professor in Applied Microeconomics

IÉSEG School of Management invites applications for one full-time position in Empirical Microeconomics at the Assistant or Associate Professor level starting in September 2019. The selected candidate will be based at the IÉSEG campus in Paris, and work in close collaboration with a research team specializing in labour, migration and family economics as well as firm level analysis.
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Heterogeneous Effects of Economic Integration Agreements

By Scott L. Baier (Clemson University), Jeffrey H. Bergstrand (University of Notre Dame), and Matthew W. Clance (University of Pretoria)

It is now widely accepted that economic integration agreements (EIAs) and other trade-policy liberalizations contribute to nations’ economic growth and development.… read more ...