We are delighted to announce Professor Gabriel Felbermayr as the latest speaker for #WARCON18! He is a renowned economist, currently working at the University of Munich as a Professor of Economics.

Gabriel Felbermayr, Professor at University of Munich and Director of the ifo Center for International Economics

Gabriel has had a distinguished career so far in Economics, with international trade being his main focus. In 2013, he was named amongst the top 14 young economists (under 40 years) in an award given by Handelsblatt, a leading German broadsheet paper. Gabriel completed his PHD in 2003 and after a brief stint with McKinsey & Company, as an associate consultant between 2004-2005, has settled in the world of academia. In April 2011, Gabriel was made Chair for International Trade and Finance at Ludwig Maximilians University Munich. He is also the Director of the Ifo Center for International Economics at the Ifo Institute for Economic Research in Munich. During his keynote speech, Mr Felbermayr will be unpacking the complex world of international trade and how trade policy changes can affect us all.

We’re excited to welcome Gabriel Felbermayr to Warwick Congress 2018!

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