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The meeting of the “ITSG – Italian Trade Study Group” is organized by Rossi-Doria Center, Roma Tre University and Fondazione Manlio Masi and hosted by the Scuola di Economia e Studi Aziendali, Roma Tre University.
Submissions are invited on topics concerning:

Position and performance of firms involved in Global Value Chains;
Firm level trade analysis;
Global and/or Regional value chains;
Trade in value added;
Country participation to Global Value Chains;
Global Value Chains and trade policy

Scientific Committee: Giorgia Giovannetti (University of Florence); Anna Giunta (Roma Tre University and Rossi-Doria Center); Lelio Iapadre (Università dell’Aquila); Silvia Nenci (Roma Tre University); Carlo Pietrobelli (Inter American Development Bank and Roma Tre University); Beniamino Quintieri (University of Rome, Tor Vergata); Luca Salvatici (Roma Tre University and Rossi-Doria Center); Lucia Tajoli (Politecnico di Milano)




Thursday December 10th
14.15-17.30 FIRST SESSION

14.15-15.45 –- Chair Beniamino Quintieri (Tor Vergata University)
Bruno Merlevede, Angelos Theodorakopoulos – Productivity effects from inter-industry offshoring and inshoring: Firm-level evidence from Belgium Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Kaku Damoah (Trento University) – Discussant

Davide Del Prete, Giorgia Giovannetti, Enrico Marvasi –Participation in Global Value Chains: macro and micro evidence for North Africa – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Alessandro Borin (Bank of Italy) – Discussion

15.45 Coffee Break

16.00-18.00 Chair Anna Giunta (Roma Tre University and Centro Rossi-Doria)
Cosimo Beverelli, Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman – Services trade restrictiveness and manufacturing productivity: The role of institutions – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Filomena Pietrovito (Molise University) – Discussion

Javier Lopez Gonzalez, Valentina Meliciani, Maria Savona – When Linder meets Hirschman: Inter-industry linkages and Global Value Chains in business services – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Sara Formai (Bank of Italy) – Discussion

Hernan Manson, Jorge Walter – Building innovative capacities that enhance producer competitiveness (and strategies) for sustainable and resilient trajectories in Global Value Chains. Experiences from the Southern hemisphere – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Lelio Iapadre (Aquila University) – Discussion

18.00-19.30 – KEYNOTE SPEECH
Pol Antràs , Harvard University. Trade, Inequality and Costly Redistribution.
Chair: Giorgia Giovannetti (University of Florence) – Introduction

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KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAPol Antràs is Robert G. Ory Professor of Economics at Harvard University, where he has taught since 2003. He is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), where he served as Director of the International Trade and Organization (ITO) Working Group. He is also a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and is a member of CESifo’s Research Network.
As of 2015, he is Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics, having previously served on the editorial board of the American Economic Review, the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of International Economics, and the Annual Review of Economics, among other journals. Among other distinctions, he was awarded an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship in 2007 and the Fundación Banco Herrero Prize in 2009, and he was elected Fellow of the Econometric Society in 2015.
Antràs’ teaching and research fields are international economics and applied theory. His most recent work is focused on the analysis of global value chains and on the interplay between trade, inequality and costly redistribution.
A citizen of Spain, Antràs received his BA and MSc in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, and his PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2003.

Friday December 11th

9.00-11.00 Chair Lelio Iapadre (Aquila University)
Pierluigi Montalbano, Silvia Nenci, Lavinia Rotili – Trade and Global Value Chains in the EU: a Dynamic Augmented Gravity Model – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Luca De Benedictis (Macerata University) – Discussion

Carlo Altomonte, Italo Colantone, Afrola Plaku – Does (value added) trade cause growth? – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Lucia Tajoli (Politecnico di Milano) – Discussion

Marcel Van Den Berg – Global Value Chains and the resilience of trade: firm-level evidence from the Netherlands – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Davide Del Prete (Sapienza, University of Rome) – Discussion

11.15 Coffee Break

11.30-13.30 – Chair Lucia Tajoli (Politecnico di Milano)
Alessandro Borin, Michele Mancini – Follow the value added: bilateral gross export accounting – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Renato Paniccià (Irpet) – Presentation

Daniele Curzi, Alessandro Olper, Valentina Raimondi – Imported intermediate inputs and firms’ productivity growth: Evidence from the food Industry – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Anna Carbone (University of Tuscia) – Discussion

Oscar Lemmers – Who needs MRIOs anyway? An alternative assignment of value added of trade – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Michele Mancini (Bank of Italy) – Discussion

13.30-14.30 LUNCH

14.30-16.30 Chair Silvia Nenci (Roma Tre University)
Emanuele Brancati, Raffaele Brancati, Andrea Maresca – Global Value Chains, innovation, and performance: Firm-level evidence from the great recession – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Francesco Crespi (Roma Tre University) – Discussion

Mariarosaria Agostino, Anna Giunta, Domenico Scalera, Francesco Trivieri – Imports, productivity and Global Value Chains: A European firm-level analysis – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Andrea Petrella (Bank of Italy) – Discussion

Armando Rungi, Davide Del Prete – Organizing the Global Value Chain: a firm-level test – Paper – Presentation
Discussant: Rodolfo Helg (LIUC) – Discussion

16.30-17.00 CONCLUSIONS