Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute; and CEPR
Bernard Hoekman is Director of the Global Economics Program at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (Global Governance Programme) at the European University Institute; and a CEPR Research Fellow. Prior positions at the World Bank include Director of the International Trade Department; Research Manager of the trade team in the Development Research Group; task leader of the trade capacity building program of the World Bank Institute. During the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations he worked as a research economist in the GATT Secretariat (1988-93). He has published widely on the multilateral trading system and economic development, trade in services, and preferential trade agreements.. He is a graduate of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan and is Senior Associate of the Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran and Turkey.
Articles by Bernard Hoekman:
Why reforms fail: Political-economy forces and agriculture in Africa
15 May 2013, 6951 reads
Pay attention to the WTO leadership contest: It matters!
3 April 2013, 9500 reads
Reinvigorating the trade policy agenda: Think supply chain!
23 January 2013, 9944 reads
Determinants of trade-policy responses to the 2008 financial crisis
10 November 2011, 6022 reads
Can trade in services offer an alternative to migration?
2 January 2011, 8555 reads
Services trade liberalisation and regulatory reform: Re-invigorating international cooperation
24 December 2010, 10095 reads
Rebalancing the global economy will require coordination and a collective responsibility
30 July 2010, 5430 reads
Rebalancing the global economy: A primer for policymakers
23 June 2010, 8774 reads
The Doha Round impasse and the trading system
19 June 2010, 9729 reads
Doha and development: Market access, trade costs and aid for trade
19 June 2010, 7472 reads
Trade adjustment costs in developing countries
18 June 2010, 9218 reads
Trade policy and the crisis
6 July 2009, 9461 reads
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