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Current Accounts: The Hinrich Foundation Trade Podcast

The current account, in economics terminology, principally represents a nation’s imports and exports. The Hinrich Foundation’s Current Accounts podcast series brings our conversation on global trade policy forward. Our regular series is hosted by Research Fellow Stewart Paterson, with occasional special editions featuring our other partners. Delve into all aspects of trade, from the waning of globalization to the rise of protectionism, from US-China relations to the nexus between non-tariff barriers and horse breeding. Tune in to hear us chat on the latest thinking for policy makers, businesses, educators, and more.

Experts & Contributors

Deborah Elms

Head of Trade Policy, Hinrich Foundation

Areas of expertise

WTO
Trade policy
Tariffs
Free trade agreements
Intellectual property rights
Digital trade
Trade and climate
Trade facilitation
Geoeconomics
Supply chains
Goods, services, customs, investments, MSMEs

Robb Gordon

Senior Policy Director and Managing Legal Counsel at Intel Corp

Stewart Paterson

Research Fellow, Hinrich Foundation

Areas of expertise

Macroeconomics
Monetary policy
Political economy

Stephanie Honey

Director, Honey Consulting

Charles Boustany

Counselor, National Bureau of Asian Research

Robert Holleyman

President and CEO, Crowell & Moring International

Shihoko Goto

Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise at the Wilson Center

Naoise McDonagh

Senior Lecturer, Edith Cowan University

Emily de la Bruyère

Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and Founder, Horizon Advisory

Areas of expertise

China
International organizations

Jeff Ferry

Chief Economist, Coalition for a Prosperous America

Jan David Bakker

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Bocconi University