The Hinrich-IMD Sustainable Trade Index (STI) 2022 sheds light on how trade interplays with national prosperity. New Zealand has ranked first, the UK second, and Hong Kong third in the index.
The briefing highlights the Importance of Trade, the Hinrich Trade Education Center & Engagement with Hinrich Foundation Alumni Association Network.
The Hinrich Foundation marks its first decade of research and education programs for advancing sustainable global trade with an encouraging report card of achievements.
Winners of the 2021 Hinrich Foundation Award for Distinguished Reporting on Trade formally received the prize at the annual National Press Foundation Awards Dinner in Washington D.C. The winning reporting by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) covered Beijing's use of its power and political leverage to give Chinese companies a permanent advantage in the global marketplace.
Hinrich Foundation launches scholarships for NTU Singapore’s Professional MBA (International Trading) students to support the development of future leaders from around the world in international cross-border trade.
Hinrich Foundation launches NTU Singapore scholarship fund to nurture future communicators in sustainable global trade. The scholarship fund aims to develop young professionals to take on media leadership roles centered on fact-based communication for global trade.
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.
Hinrich Foundation releases a case study titled "Transforming trade education: A case exemplar of industry engagement" outlining a proven pathway for collaboration for talent development in trade
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 examines the importance of sustainable trade for building more resilient economies and communities in the future.