Events

Measuring the Effects of Globalization

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Date
February 28, 2013 - March 01, 2013

Time
8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Location
The Sphinx Club at Franklin Square


The Progressive Policy Institute, in conjunction with the W.E. Upjohn Institute, held a three day conference on “Measuring the Effects of Globalization.”

Speakers Included:

Erica Groshen, Commissioner (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Susan Houseman (Upjohn Institute)
Timothy Bartik (Upjohn Institute)
Timothy Sturgeon (MIT)
Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen)
Bill Alterman (BLS)
Ana Aizcorbe (BEA)
Michael Horrigan (BLS)
Erwin Diewert (Univ. of British Columbia)
Alice Nakamura (Univ. of Alberta)
Brian Kovak (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
Benjamin Bridgman (BEA)
Ryan Michaels (Rochester Univ.)
John Greenlees (BLS)
John Ruser (BLS)
Kyoji Fukao (Hitotsubashi University)
Sonoe Arai (METI)
Thomas F. Howells III
Matthew Russell
Jon D. Samuels
Erich H. Strassner (BEA)
Mina Kim (BLS)
Marshall Reinsdorf (BEA)
James Thomas (BLS)
Ron Jarmin (Census)
Brian Kovak (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
Sarahelen Thompson (BEA)
Maureen Doherty (BLS)
Fariha Kamal (Census)
Brent Moulton (BEA)
Jennifer Ribarsky (BEA)
Kimberly Bayard
David Byrne
Dominic Smith (Federal Reserve Board)
William Powers (International Trade Commission)
Susan Houseman (Upjohn Institute)
Marcel Timmer (Univ. of Groningen)
Bart Los (Univ. of Groningen)
Robert Stehrer (WIIW Vienna)
Gaaitzen de Vries (Univ. of Groningen)
Nadim Ahmad (OECD)
Hong Ma (Tsinghua University)
Jiansuo Pei (University of International Business and Economics)
Cuihong Yang (Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Shinli Yao (University of International Business and Economics)
Richard Brown (International Trade Commission)
Carol Corrado (Conference Board)
Charles Hulten (Univ. of Maryland)
Dylan Rassier
Jennifer Koncz-Bruner (BEA)
Michael Mandel (Progressive Policy Institute)
Brad Jenson (Georgetown Univ.)
Steven Landefeld (BEA)
Michael Horrigan (BLS)
Shirin Ahmed (Census)
Marcel Timmer (Univ. or Groningen)
Michael Mandel (Progressive Policy Institute)

The Progressive Policy Institue would like to thank the Sloan Foundation for their support in making this conference possible.