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About International Trade and Development
The interests of the international research group reflect the globalization of almost every aspect of economics. Members of the group study international trade in goods and services and the impact of trade policies,multinational firms and the globalization of production,the microeconomics and industrial organization of globally engaged firms, and the international aspects of monetary and fiscal policy.
The development group studies the experiences of developing countries and the process of development from many perspectives. Research topics include the impact of globalization, contracting issues, credit market imperfections, human capital accumulation, state capacity, and regulation in developing economies.
This group holds weekly seminars and is planning a conference to be held at Penn State.