World Trade Organization
Nadia Rocha is currently an Economic Affairs Officer at the Economic Research and Statistics Division of the World Trade Organization (WTO). She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Geneva that included a one-year placement as a visiting student at Princeton University. Before joining the WTO, she worked in the International Trade Team of the Development Research Group at the World Bank. Her research interests include international trade, trade finance, economic geography, trade costs, and competitiveness.
Articles by Nadia Rocha:
World food prices and protectionism
9 May 2012, 12795 reads
Trade agreements and 21st century trade: A new Policy Insight
25 November 2011, 3942 reads
Preferential trade agreements and the WTO
21 July 2011, 15316 reads
What is holding back African exports?
11 December 2009, 12243 reads
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