Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies (GPACS) presents:
Workshop on Economic Interdependence and War
University of California, Irvine
April 21-22, 2017
SBSG 1511
 

Schedule for Friday, April 21

1:00-1:10 pm Welcome and Introduction

1:10-1:55 Joanne Gowa (Political Science, Princeton University) “Conflict and Commerce: New Data about the Great War”

1:55-2:40 Dale Copeland (Political Science, University of Virginia), "Commerce, Power, and American Foreign Policy, 1890-1990"

2:40-3:10 Coffee Break

3:10-3:55 Erik Gartzke (Political Science, UC San Diego) "Global Trade and Interstate Conflict: The Indirect Origins of Commercial Peace.”

3:55-4:40 Michelle Garfinkel (Economics, UC Irvine), “Trading with the Enemy”

4:40-5:20 Reception

 

Schedule for Saturday, April 22

8:30-9:00 am Coffee and Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:45 David Rowe (Political Science, Kenyon College), "What We Can Learn from the 19th-Century Globalization and World War "

9:45-10:30 Costas Syropoulos (Economics, Drexel University), "On Trade and the Stability of (Armed) Peace"

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-11:45 Etel Solingen (Political Science, UC Irvine), "Why 1914 is not a good analogy for contemporary East Asia"

11:45-12:30 Dan Bogart (Economics, UC Irvine), "Conflict and Trade: Political Instability and the rise of the East India Company"

12:30-1:30 pm lunch Break

1:30- 2:15 Katherine Barbieri (Political Science, University of South Carolina), "Fostering Interdependence in War."

2:15-3:00 James Anderson (Economics, Boston College) "North-South Trade with Weak Institutions"

3:00-3:30 Coffee Break

3:30-4:15 Avidit Acharya (Political Science, Stanford), “Economic Foundations of the Territorial State System”

4:15- 4:45 General discussion

 

Organizers: Michelle Garfinkel, Stergios Skaperdas, Etel Solingen

 

 

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