Fifth Annual:


Tokyo, Japan

March 10-12, 2011

Organized by
Sponsored by:
Fuku Kimura
Keio University
Jon Haveman
Beacon Economics
  • Graduate School of Economics
  • Graduate School of Business and Commerce
  • Keio University and Kyoto University Global Center of Excellence Project

The Economics Department at Keio University will host the fifth annual Empirical Investigations in Trade and Investment (EITI) conference. Economists specializing in empirical economic research on issues relating to international trade and investment from the United States and Asia will present their latest research at this meeting.

The conference is open to other attendees whose papers are not on the program. There is no entry fee, but space is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis for those not on the program. If you plan to attend but not to present a paper, please follow the registration link below.

Conference Format: The conference will begin in the morning on Thursday and will continue through the following Saturday at noon. The program will include a total of 15 papers, with one hour per paper devoted to presentation, discussant remarks, and open discussion.

(Links to papers are embedded in the Program.)

  • The submission deadline has passed. Registration is still open.

Conference Registration:
  • Please notify us if you would like to attend and/or would be willing to serve as a discussant but are not submitting a paper.
  • If your paper has been accepted, you needn't also register. Your submission is your registration if it is accepted.
Register for the conference

Conference Facility:
Conference Hotel
The conference will be held in the main conference space, 6th floor, East Research Building, Keio Mita Campus. (link)
Celestine Hotel

3-23-1 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0014
Phone: +81-3-5441-4111
Fax: +81-3-5441-4114
(easy 10 minute walk to Keio Mita Campus)