With THE NEXT ROUND OF TRADE TALKS BETWEEN THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION AND THE CHINESE TRADE DELEGATION LED BY VICE PREMIER LIU HE SLATED TO TAKE PLACE ON JANUARY 30-31, we WILL BE HOSTING A CONFERENCE CALL WITH CHAD BOWN, ONE OF WASHINGTON'S TOP TRADE ANALYSTS, TO DISCUSS the LATEST DEVELOPMENTS, PROSPECTS FOR SUCCESS and the outlook for TARIFFs on the table.
JOIN US TODAY, JANUARY 29 at 12:30 Pm
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About Chad Bown:
Chad P. Bown joined the Peterson Institute for International Economics as a senior fellow in April 2016. His research examines international trade laws and institutions, trade negotiations, and trade disputes. With Soumaya Keynes, he co-hosts Trade Talks, a weekly podcast on the economics of international trade policy.
Bown previously served as senior economist for international trade and investment in the White House on the Council of Economic Advisers and most recently as a lead economist at the World Bank, conducting research and advising developing country governments on international trade policy for seven years. Bown was a tenured professor of economics at Brandeis University, where he held a joint appointment in the Department of Economics and International Business School for 12 years. He has also spent a year in residence as a visiting scholar in economic research at the World Trade Organization (WTO) Secretariat in Geneva.
Bown is also currently a research fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in London and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Since 2011 he has co-directed, with Petros C. Mavroidis of Columbia Law School, an annual program of scholars providing legal-economic assessments of WTO case law and jurisprudence that are published with Cambridge University Press. He currently serves on the editorial boards of a number of journals, including Economics & Politics, International Economics, Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Economic Law, Journal of International Trade Law and Policy, Journal of World Trade, Review of International Organizations, and World Trade Review.