Midwest Economic Theory and International Economics Conference

Location: Mendoza College of Business

The Midwest International Economics Group was founded by John Pomery and Raymond Riezman in 1981 to foster and encourage research in international trade. Conferences are held twice a year, in the fall and spring, jointly with the Midwest Mathematical Economics and Theory conference. There are usually about 50 papers presented and roughly 75 people in attendance at each meeting.

The conference will run from April 29, 2011, until May 1, 2011. For a schedule of trade events, click here. For a schedule of theory events, click here.

For general event and registration information, visit the Department of Economics website.

For questions, contact Richard Jensen at or Thomas Gresik at

Sponsored by the Department of Economics, the Mendoza College of Business, and the College of Arts and Letters’ Institute for Scholarship in Liberal Arts