Advancing sustainable global trade
By Oxford Economics
By Darren Anderson and Daniel Crook
By Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
By Visual Capitalist
Understanding global trade
Original research, strategic insights and quick analysis that offer a better understanding of key global trade trends and issues.
Trade education tools
Our trade education tools include the International Trade Rankings to help students and employers identify the best trade-related masters programs around the world; and scholarships and short courses for trade business professionals, media and policymakers.
The QS International Trade Rankings help students to identify programs that will secure them employment and accelerate their trade careers, enable companies to hire work-ready talent, and provide universities with comparability, recognition and the means to enhance their global trade programs.
INSEAD shapes leaders who are equipped to tackle world-scale challenges and advance business as a force for good. Its values are aligned with those of the Hinrich Foundation. Scholars are up-and-coming executives looking to advance sustainable trade . . .
We established the Hinrich Foundation Alumni Association (HFAA) to stimulate regular exchanges between young trade leaders committed to advancing sustainable global trade. Led by the Alumni Leadership Committee, the HFAA is a community of people who . . .
Through this generous partial tuition scholarship, we aim to empower future leaders in government, business and civil society to advance trade in consideration of balancing economic, social and environmental implications. The campus in Washington, . . .
Held from 23 to 26 July in Singapore, the NPF International Trade Fellowship 2023 is a four-day journalism training workshop offered in partnership with the National Press Foundation (NPF). 24 Asia-based journalists embarked on an immersive . . .
Resources, support, and recognition for journalists
Objective analysis of trade trends and issues, short-courses, Masters in International Journalism Studies (MAIJS) scholarships and an award for distinguished reporting on trade.
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In the news
Media come to us for fresh thinking and deep analysis into the issues impacting global trade outcomes. Read our recent experts’ commentaries. Drawn from a wide range of disciplines and sectors, our experts offer valuable views and opinions on achieving sustainable global trade.
As big spenders in the US and Europe seek price cuts, emerging markets in Southeast Asia and domestic consumption will become more and more important for Chinese traders, says Senior Research Fellow Stephen Olson. Overall, exports are likely to become less important as a growth engine for the Chinese economy.
A profound shift in global trade is underway, away from exclusively economic considerations towards a values-based approach to trade. While often well-intentioned, this also comes with significant complications beyond the obvious economic ramifications, Stephen Olson writes in this op-ed.
Bloomberg announced their winning of the 2023 Hinrich trade reporting award. One story explored the subtle structural shifts in global commerce. Another told of how Brazil was turning to China for foreign investment. A third dug into data showing how the world is reorganizing into rival blocs.
There is no lack of American engagement in Asian capitals on security and geopolitics. There has been much less evidence of an economic dimension to the US’s Asian diplomacy—despite a strong desire for one across the region. Hinrich Foundation Head of Trade Policy Deborah Elms comments.
The many touches of personal diplomacy on display during the highly anticipated meeting between Presidents Biden and Xi are attempts to emphasise the more cooperative aspects of Sino-US relationship, noted Stephen Olson. But the fundamental points of conflict exist and will not disappear overnight.
Andrew Sheng talks about currency wars, global finance, and geopolitics
The Hinrich Foundation hosted our newest Advisor Andrew Sheng, a former advisor to regulators in China, Hong Kong, and other Asian governments, to a roundtable lunch on 21 February.
Chatham House Global Trade Conference 2024
The 2024 in-person and virtual hybrid Chatham House conference explores what is on the horizon for global trade, how the international community can integrate ESG considerations more effectively, and addresses what recent digital advancements will mean for international commerce.