Événements 2016 Globalization and Labor Market Outcomes
International Workshop

Keio University/EHESS France-Japan Foundation "Globalization and Labour Market Outcomes", March 10-11, 2016


Date: March 10th, 2016, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., March 11th, 2016, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Venue: EHESS Le France (190 Avenue de France 75013 Paris), salle 638-640 (6th floor)
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The impact of globalization—through foreign direct investment (FDI) and international trade—on domestic labor markets is a very active field of research, at the intersection of international economics and labor economics. In particular, it has led economists to revisit the analysis of the determinants of wage inequality by focusing on the heterogeneity of corporate international engagement. This research also addresses the causes of increasing employment insecurity and the impact on inequalities through this channel. More generally, it is central to the analysis of structural changes in labor markets and in the design of public policies to tackle them.

In continuity with the publication in 2015 of a special issue of Review of World Economics (Volume151, Number 3) entitled "Globalization and labor market outcomes: de-industrialization, job security, and wage inequalities", the purpose of this workshop is to gather leading scholars in this field of research and to contribute to a better understanding of these key issues for our economies and societies.


講演者 : Juan Carluccio (Banque de France), Andrew Clark (PSE), Masahiro Endoh (Keio University), Alexandre Gazaniol (DIAL), Kazunobu Hayakawa (IDE-JETRO), Yoshio Higuchi (Keio University), Ryo Kambayashi (Hitotsubashi University), Takao Kato (Colgate University), Sachiko Kazekami (Chukyo University), Kozo Kiyota (Keio University), Sebastien Lechevalier (EHESS), Sawako Maruyama (Kobe University), Toshiyuki Matsuura (Keio University), Sébastien Miroudot (OECD), Ayako Obashi (Keio University), Toshihiro Okubo (Keio University), Gianluca Orefice (CEPII), Richard Pomfret (The University of Adelaide), Mai Vu Thi Phuong (Gredeg-CNRS), Ayumu Tanaka (Setsunan University), Sarra Ben Yahmed (ZEW, Mannheim)