The 20th annual Nordic International Trade Seminars conference will be held May 23-24, 2019 in Copenhagen. The conference will be hosted by the Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen.
Costas Arkolakis, Yale University
Andy Bernard, Dartmouth College
Dave Donaldson, MIT
The Nordic International Trade Seminars (NOITS) was established in Stockholm, March 1998, at the network’s first annual workshop. NOITS aims to organise annual workshops with presentations by Nordic researchers and graduate students specialising in international economics. In addition a few non-Nordic researchers with a considerable international reputation will be invited. The network serves several purposes. First, it facilitates collaborative research and scientific contacts among Nordic researchers. Second, it offers graduate students and junior researchers an opportunity to present their work, and thereby get valuable feedback, as well as to prepare for international workshops and conferences. Third, it is hoped to strengthen the ties between the Nordic academic institutions.
The call for papers is now closed. All applicants have been notified.
The conference will take place at Department of Economics at University of Copenhagen, in building 35, 3rd floor, room 13 (35.3.13)
Address: University of Copenhagen, Øster Farigmagsgade 5, DK-1353 Copenhagen K (entrance from Gammeltoftsgade 15)
Department of Economics at University of Copenhagen is located near the city centre and Nørreport train station.
How to get there:
By metro: Take the metro directly from the airport to Nørreport station. From Nørreport station you have a 10-minute walk to the campus area.
By train: Take the train directly from the airport or Copenhagen Central Station to Nørreport station. From Nørreport station you have a 10-minute walk to the campus area.
Link to Rejseplanen: Via Rejseplanen you can simply write where from and where to you want to go and the site will provide you with all travel details (distance, price, travel possibilities). You can also buy tickets via Rejseplanen.
It is in general very easy to walk (and bike) in Copenhagen.