2023 Firm and Industry Dynamics Workshop
The 2023 Firm and Industry Dynamics Workshop will be held in June 2023, at The University of Hong Kong. The workshop is sponsored by the HKU Business School’s Institute of China Economy. This workshop will bring together leading scholars and researchers from around the world to discuss the latest trends and insights in the areas of firm and industry dynamics.
The workshop will focus on a range of topics, including the literature and perspectives of firms and industry dynamics, multi-product firms, and Impact of economics shocks. Our speakers will also explore the role of government policy in shaping industry dynamics, including the impact of bilateral economies and tax policy on firm behaviour.
Institute of China Economy, HKU Business School
Economics Area, HKU Business School
Economic Strategy and Development Centre, HKU Shenzhen Research Institute
UNSW Business School, The University of New South Wales, Sydney
Date: June 26 and 27, 2023
Venue: Room 1121, 11/F, K.K. Leung Building, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Registration: We welcome colleagues and research students to attend the Workshop. Please register here. Registration will be closed on June 15, 2023. There is no registration fee*. Seats are limited. Successful registrants will receive confirmation email from the organizer before the event day.
* Lunch and dinner will be by invitation. Participants will be responsible to cover the passage and accommodation costs.
Contact: Institute of China Economy, HKU Business School at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Eric VERHOOGEN Professor, Department of Economics and School of International and Public Affairs Columbia UniversityProfessor Eric VERHOOGENProfessor, Department of Economics and School of International and Public Affairs Columbia University
Eric Verhoogen is Professor of International and Public Affairs and Economics at Columbia University. His main research area is industrial development – applied microeconomic research on firms in developing countries. This area overlaps with the fields of development economics, international trade, labour economics, and industrial organization. A recurrent theme in his work is the process of quality upgrading in the manufacturing sectors of developing countries – its causes, consequences, and broader implications.