Globalization & Inequality

May 11–12, 2018

(All day)

University of Chicago Saieh Hall for Economics, Room 021, 5757 S. University Ave Chicago, IL 60637
Rodrigo Adão, University of Chicago
Jonathan Dingel, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Felix Tintelnot, University of Chicago

Increased integration of goods, capital, ideas, and people across national borders has produced large economic gains, but the benefits of globalization have not been evenly distributed. While trade economists have always said that trade produces winners and losers, many assessments of globalization have focused more on the aggregate gains than the distributional consequences. Recent research has turned to focus on globalization's effects on inequality.

This conference brought together researchers working in international trade, international finance, labor economics, and macroeconomics who study the consequences of globalization for inequality between and within nations.

You can view a video spotlight on working papers from the conference here. 

May 11, 2018 (All day) May 12, 2018 (All day)