Cristina Neagu is an economist in the International Trade division within the Development Research Group. She received her PhD from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. Her research interests include international migration and international trade in services. She is also working on estimating trade restrictiveness indexes to contribute to the Global Monitoring Reports.
Articles by Cristina Neagu:
Did protectionist policy cause the trade collapse?
1 June 2010, 11419 reads
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