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【學術預告】斯坦福大學商學院助理教授Chenzi Xu學術研討會:Reshaping Global Trade: The Immediate and Long-Run Effects of Bank Failures

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主題:Reshaping Global Trade: The Immediate and Long-Run Effects of Bank Failures

主講人Chenzi Xu,斯坦福大學商學院助理教授

時間:1118日(周三)上午10:00-11:30

地點:4-101教室

語言英文

摘要

I study the first modern global banking crisis that began in London in 1866 and provide causal evidence that financial sector disruptions can reshape international trade patterns for decades. Using newly collected archival loan records that link banks to their operations abroad, I estimate that countries exposed to banks whose headquarters in London failed exported 17% less on average to each destination until 1905. Exporters trading with destinations for the first time, facing more competition in goods markets, and with little access to alternative forms of credit experienced more persistent losses, consistent with hysteresis arising from high sunk costs of entry into exporting.

主講人簡介

Chenzi Xu is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Her research is on the intersection of finance, international trade, and economic history.

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