The University of South Australia will host the 4th Adelaide PhD Summer Institute in International Trade that will take place on March 18 and 19 in 2020. We invite PhD students in the field of international trade (JEL-Classification F0 to F2) to present their work.
The Centre for Applied Finance and Economics invites PhD students in the field of international trade (JEL-Classification F0 to F2) to present their work at the 4th Adelaide PhD Summer Institute. Local organizers are Ilke Onur and Frank Stähler. Its objective is to provide PhD students in this field with a platform for discussing their ideas with both fellow PhD students and senior scholars. Each student will be given at least 45 minutes of presentation and discussion time. Students are not required to present an already completed paper or paper draft but may also report on the progress of their research strategies. As it is also an objective of the PhD Summer Institute that students receive feedback at an early stage of their PhD project, PhD students of all years are strongly encouraged to participate. Both theoretical and empirical research in international trade is welcome.
Participating senior researchers will be:
Associate Professor Tony Cavoli, University of South Australia
Professor Noel Gaston, University of South Australia
Dr Benedikt Heid, University of Adelaide
Associate Professor Bilgehan Karabay, RMIT Melbourne
Dr Onur Kosa, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Dr Ilke Onur, University of South Australia
Professor Frank Stähler, University of Tübingen, Germany
Professor Gerald Willmann, University of Bielefeld, Germany
We would like to advise that the PhD Summer Institute will be succeeded by the Australasian Trade Workshop that will be hosted by the Australian National University on March 21 and 22 (ATW15, see https://www.rse.anu.edu.au/seminars-events/conferences/australasian-trade-workshop/).PhD students accepted for presentation at the PhD Summer Institute are also accepted to attend ATW15.
There is no registration fee, but we are also unable to offer any financial assistance to participants. We will provide recommendations for accommodation, but participants will be required to book all travel and accommodation independently.
Please submit your application for presentation before January 30, 2020 in pdf format to email@example.com. Your application should include the title of your presentation, an outline of your research ideas and/or a paper draft. You may also attach a letter of support from your PhD supervisor. If you have any further questions, please e-mail Frank Stähler at firstname.lastname@example.org or see the event website.