International Trade & Exchange Research Community

Events

The Research Community in International Trade and Exchange will continue its public programs with research presentations by RCITE Faculty Fellows in February and March. We will extend our successful speaker series with a representative from Economic Development partnership of North Carolina. Stay tuned for further details!

Maritime Security Studies Reading and Writing Group

  • April 7, 2022 : Alderson et al., "Analysis of the Global Maritime Transportation System as a Layered Network," Journal of Transportion Security (2020) | Morton Hall 212 at 3:30 p.m. (*Please contact Mark Spaulding for a copy of the manuscript.)
  • March 17, 2022 : Anup Phayal's draft manuscript, "Interstate Hostility and Maritime Crime: Evidence from South East Asia" 
  • December 2, 2021 : Taylor Fain's draft manuscript, "Guardians of the Cape Sea Route?: The United States and The Challenge of South Africa in the Indian Ocean, 1967-1980" 
  • October 28, 2021 : Christian Bueger and Timothy Edmunds, “Beyond Seablindness: A New Agenda for Maritime Security Studies,” International Affairs (2017)

RCITE Faculty Fellow Presentations

February 17, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. | Recording Link

  • Pascale BartheAssociate Professor of French
    Tales of Empire: The Significance of Seventeeth-Century European-Mughal Experiences
  • Emily Homer, Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminology
    Deterrent Effects of Federal Corporate Agreements
  • Nathan Pilkington, Assistant Professor of History
    The First New World: Phoenician Traders and Indigenous Populations in the Early Iron Age Mediterranean

March 3, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. | Recording Link

  • Martha AndrewsProfessor of Management Nivine RichieProfessor of Finance
    Personality Traits, Behavioral Biases, and Online Investment Practices
  • Prosper Bangwayo-Skeete, Associate Professor of Economics
    Tourists’ Willingness to Pay for Conservation of Environmental Resources in Grenada
  • Julia Morris, Assistant Professor of International Studies
    Manufacturing Landscapes and Special Economic Zones in Jordan
  • Lisa Scribner, Associate Professor of Marketing
    Cross-Cultural Differences in Writing Online Reviews: When Customers Experience Delight in Online Shopping
  • Ethan Watson, Associate Professor of Finance
    Uncertainty, Country-Level Institutions, and Decisions on Firm-Level Investment (Capital Expenditures)

Resources

 RCITE NC Ports Flyer Nov 2021

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