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Senior Research Fellow, Hinrich Foundation
Areas of expertise
Free trade agreements
Tariffs & non-tariff barriers
Research Fellow, Hinrich Foundation and lecturer, NUS Business School
Areas of expertise
Technology and trade
Global value chains
Tariffs and non-tariff barriers
Research Fellow, Hinrich Foundation
Areas of expertise
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The Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade, delivered by the National Press Foundation (NPF) encourages exemplary journalism that advances the understanding of international trade. The award carries a $10,000 prize and . . .
Despite initial disruptions and anxiety caused by uncertainties, trade marches on during COVID-19. Sponsored by the Hinrich Foundation, the National Press Foundation launched a webinar series on global trade – its past, present and future, what . . .
Together with Hong Kong Baptist University, we offer full tuition scholarships to talented young professionals passionate about fact-based communication for global trade. Studying in Hong Kong, scholars will be exposed to the crossroads of Asia in . . .
Media play a critical role in providing deeper perspectives on trade issues. Our 4-days training courses for media, organized by the National Press Foundation, provide deep knowledge on all aspects of international trade. The next course will be in . . .
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Hinrich Foundation awards eight scholarships to students at London School of Economics, Hong Kong Baptist University, University of Auckland, Georgetown University and INSEAD
The Hinrich Foundation has awarded eight scholarships to executives focused on advancing mutually beneficial and sustainable global trade.
David J. Lynch, Carol Leonnig, Josh Dawsey and Jeff Stein of The Washington Post have won the 2020 Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade for stories that brought to light the complexities of doing business in China in 2020.
The Hinrich Foundation today released the third edition of its bi-annual Sustainable Trade Index, commissioned to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Besides evaluating the capacity of 20 Indo-Pacific economies for sustainable trade, this index also . . .
RMIT University Vietnam and Hinrich Foundation welcome inaugural cohort of Master of Global Trade students
Companies across global value chains enroll 28 executives in program under Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarships.
The Hinrich Foundation today announced the launch of the first-ever Master of Global Trade to develop the next generation of global trade leaders at RMIT’s Saigon South campus.
Paul Wiseman, Joe McDonald, Anne D’Innocenzio of The Associated Press have won the National Press Foundation’s inaugural Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade.
White paper: Exchange rate flexibility essential for reducing trade tensions and achieving more sustainable trade
A new white paper on the trade imbalances that have driven the global trade system away from equilibrium and contributed to Brexit and to the eruption of the US-China trade dispute.
Hinrich Foundation and All India Management Association (AIMA) launch new Digital Trade Report: Digital trade could create a ₹3,331 thousand crore economic opportunity for India by 2030.