World Trade Organization and GREMAQ/DEFI
Hubert Escaith joined the World Trade Organization in 2006 as Chief Statistician. He is also a Research Fellow at GREQAM/DEFI a research centre dealing with Development Economics and International Finance at Aix-Marseille University, France.
He started his career in the academia, as a researcher for the "Centre de Recherche Economique et Statistique" at France's Toulouse University (now 'Groupe de Recherche en Economie Mathématique et Quantitative' GREMAQ). He joined the United Nations in 1982 as an economist; his first international posting was in Baghdad (Iraq) where he dealt with agricultural development and food security in the Middle East region. He moved to Latin America and the Caribbean in 1988, first in Mexico, then in Chile, where he held various positions related to macroeconomics, trade, economic development, and statistical analysis. His last post with the UN was of Director of the Division of Statistics and Economic Modelling at ECLAC (Santiago, Chile).
Hubert holds a Master in economics and econometrics from Aix-Marseille University (F), a doctorate in Mathematics Applied to Economics from the University of Toulouse (F) and a Master Degree from ESSEC Business School (Paris-Cergy, F).
Articles by Hubert Escaith:
The new World Input-Output Database
13 May 2012, 37094 reads
Japan's earthquake and tsunami: Global supply chain impacts
28 April 2011, 25307 reads
Supply chains and financial shocks
16 June 2009, 13397 reads