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Senior Adviser

Matthias Bauer
Senior Economist

João Carvalho
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Adriana Espés
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Florian Forsthuber
Research Assistant

Anna Guildea
Research Assistant

Oscar Guinea
Senior Economist

David Henig
Director of the UK Trade Policy Project

Philipp Lamprecht
Senior Economist

Natalia Macyra
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Erik van der Marel
Senior Economist

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Elena Bryan
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Daniel Capparelli
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Hanna Deringer
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Peter Draper
Senior Fellow

Martina F. Ferracane
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Andreas Freytag
Senior Fellow

Stuart Harbinson
Senior Fellow

David Henderson
Senior Fellow

Lior Herman
Research Associate

Guy de Jonquières
Senior Fellow

Peter Kleen
Senior Fellow

Bruno Maçães
Member of the Advisory Board

Patrick Messerlin
Chairman of the Steering Committee

Johan Norberg
Senior Fellow

Alan Oxley
Senior Fellow

Jimmyn Parc
Research Associate

Gernot Pehnelt
Research Associate

Stephen Ranger
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Emily Rees
Senior Fellow

Cristina Rujan
Research Associate

Razeen Sally
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Pierre Sauvé
Senior Fellow

Craig VanGrasstek
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  • Roderick Abbott – former Deputy Director General of the WTO
  • Lars Anell – former Chairman of GATT, Swedish Ambassador to Brussels and Geneva
  • Prema-Chandra Athukorala – Professor, Australian National University
  • Harvey Bale Jr – Director-General, IFPMA; President Pharmaceutical Security Institute (PSI)
  • Claude Barfield – Director, American Enterprise Institute
  • Erik Belfrage – Senior Vice President, SEB
  • Alex Capri – Partner, Trade & Customs Services, Asia Pacific, KPMG
  • John A Cooke – Chairman, LOTIS Committee, TheCityUK
  • Paul Collier – Professor, Oxford University
  • Hugh Corbet – President, Cordell Hull Institute
  • Barry Desker – Dean of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at NTU
  • Ulf Dinkelspiel – former Minister of Trade, Sweden
  • Juergen B. Donges – Professor, University of Cologne
  • Peter Draper – Programme Director, South African Institute of International Affairs
  • Fan Gang – Professor, National Economic Research Institute, China
  • Brigitte Granville – Professor, Queen Mary College, University of London
  • David Henderson – Professor, Westminster Business School
  • Gary Horlick – Partner, Wilmer Hale
  • Douglas Irwin – Professor, Dartmouth College
  • Alejandro Jara – former Deputy Director General of WTO, Senior Counsel King & Spalding LLP (Geneva)
  • Christopher Jones – Director, CSL-Behring, Inc
  • Chulsu Kim – Chairman, Institute for Trade and Investment, Seoul; former Deputy Director General of the WTO
  • Peter Kleen – former Director-General, National Board of Trade, Sweden
  • Deepak Lal – Professor, UCLA
  • Rolf J. Langhammer – Vice-President, The Kiel Institute for the World Economy
  • Frank Lavin – Former Under Secretary for of Commerce in the US government
  • Robert Lawrence – Professor, Harvard University
  • Jean-Pierre Lehmann – Professor, IMD/Evian Group
  • Brink Lindsey – Vice-President, Cato Institute
  • Robert Litan – Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution; Vice President for Research and Policy, The Kauffman Foundation
  • Bruno Maçães – Senior Advisor at Flint Global in London, a Senior Fellow at Renmin University, Beijing and the Hudson Institute in Washington
  • Mário Marconini – Former Foreign Trade Secretary, Brazil; President, ManattJones Marconini Global Strategies
  • Patrick Messerlin – Professor GEM, Sciences Po (Chairman)
  • Greg Mills – Brenthurst Foundation
  • Hugh Morgan – Immediate Past President of Business Council of Australia; CEO of First Charnock
  • S. Narayan – former Union Finance Secretary and Secretary to the Prime Minister, India
  • Geoffrey Owen – London School of Economics
  • Alan Oxley – former Chairman of GATT
  • Sylvain Plasschaert – Professor Emeritus, University of Antwerp and University of Leuven
  • Robert Paarlberg – Professor, Wellesley College/Harvard University
  • Ruth Richardson – former Minister of Finance, New Zealand
  • Christopher Roberts – Covington & Burling/European Service Forum
  • Jim Rollo – Professor, University of Sussex
  • Gary Sampson – Melbourne Business School
  • Clive Stanbrook – Partner, McDemott, Will & Emery
  • Andrew Stoler – Executive Director, Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide, Australia; former Deputy Director-General of WTO (1999-2002)
  • Dr Paul Vandoren – Ambassador of the EU (retired)
  • Bob Vastine – Senior Industry Fellow at the Center for Business and Public Policy, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
  • Edwin Vermulst – Partner, Vermulst, Verhaeghe & Graafsma Advocaten
  • Catherine Windels – President, The Policy Workshop
  • Steven Woolcock – Director of the International Trade Policy Unit, London School of Economics
  • Roderick Abbott – former Deputy Director General of the WTO
  • Lars Anell – former Chairman of GATT, Swedish Ambassador to Brussels and Geneva
  • Ulf Dinkelspiel – former Minister of Trade, Sweden
  • Patrick Messerlin – Chairman, Professor, Sciences Po
  • Johan Norberg
  • Maria Rankka – chairman
  • Björn Weigel