Centro per l’Eccellenza e gli Studi Transdisciplinari

10 May 2018

Hello, can you hear me? Added value and inequalities in a global market

by CEST Staff

On September 20th and 21st, La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) will host the Conference “Hello, can you hear me? Added value and inequalities in a global market“. The event is promoted by CEST and funded by the Young Scholars Initiative – INET and by the “Luigi Einaudi” Research Centre.
 
We are now delighted to invite young scholars to apply for the call for papers and posters: the best contributions will be selected to be presented during the conference. To submit a paper or a poster, interested applicant should present an extended abstract (ca. 1000 words for papers; ca. 500 words for posters) of an original work concerning one of the topics that will characterize the Conference.

During these two days, international speakers and young scholars will trace a fil rouge connecting the events which affected the globalization process over the past years and will try to explain how this process has changed and has shaped changes in world economies.

In this scenario, we are particularly interested in: (i) defining the role that Global Value Chains (GVCs) play in both developed and developing countries; (ii) macro- and micro-economic consequences of GVCs and their impact on development and inequalities; (iii) investigating the effects of GVCs on labor and financial markets.

Don’t miss important dates:
• June 29th: Deadline for abstract submission;
• July 9th: Notification of acceptance;
• September 1st: Deadline for final version submission;
• September 20th-21st: Conference.

 

For any other information, please do not hesitate to contact us at gvc@associazionecest.it.



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