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Chad P. Bown

Lead Economist

CHAD P. BOWN, Lead Economist, joined the World Bank in September 2009 in the Development Research Group, Trade and International Integration (DECTI).

Bown is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) in London and a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He also serves on the editorial boards at a number of journals, including Economics & Politics, Journal of International Economics, Journal of International Economic Law, Journal of World Trade, Review of International Organizations, and World Trade Review.

Bown’s research examines the political economy of international trade laws and institutions, trade policy negotiations, and trade disputes, and his work has been published in journals such as The American Economic Review, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of International Economics, and Journal of Development Economics. Bown is the author of the book Self-Enforcing Trade: Developing Countries and WTO Dispute Settlement (Brookings Institution Press, 2009), and the co-editor, with Joost Pauwelyn, of The Law, Economics, and Politics of Retaliation in WTO Dispute Settlement (Cambridge University Press, 2010).

Bown has recently published an edited volume on the global economic crisis titled The Great Recession and Import Protection: The Role of Temporary Trade Barriers (CEPR and World Bank, 2011). His trade policy monitoring initiatives during 2008-2010 were featured at the time through a series of op-eds and commentary published in the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, and VoxEU, in addition to media reporting by these and other outlets such as The Economist, The Washington Post, Reuters, and BusinessWeek. The monitoring stemmed from a trade policy transparency project he initiated at the World Bank in 2004, resulting in the freely available, Internet-based Global Antidumping Database, which is now part of the World Bank's Temporary Trade Barriers Database.

Bown is formerly a tenured Professor of Economics at Brandeis University, where he began his career in 1999 and was on the faculty for twelve years with a joint appointment in the Department of Economics and International Business School (IBS). He has also served as Senior Economist for International Trade and Investment in the White House on the President's Council of Economic Advisers (CEA). Bown has also been the Okun-Model Fellow in Economic Studies and a non-resident Fellow in the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, and he spent a year in residence as a visiting scholar in Economic Research at the WTO Secretariat in Geneva.

Bown received a B.A. magna cum laude in Economics and International Relations from Bucknell University and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Contact information: cbown@worldbank.org

Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/site/decrgchadbown/


World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Trade flows and trade disputes
2 .What do we know about preferential trade agreements and temporary trade barriers ?
3 .Trade policy instruments over time
4 .How different are safeguards from antidumping ? evidence from us trade policies toward steel
5 .Emerging economies, trade policy, and macroeconomic shocks
6 .Trade policy flexibilities and Turkey : tariffs, antidumping, safeguards, and WTO dispute settlement
7 .Antidumping and market competition: implications for emerging economies
8 .Emerging economies and the emergence of south-south protectionism
9 .Import protection, business cycles, and exchange rates : evidence from the great recession
10 .Taking stock of antidumping, safeguards, and countervailing duties, 1990-2009
11 .U.S. antidumping: much ado about zeroing
12 .China's export growth and the China safeguard : threats to the world trading system ?
13 .Developing countries and monitoring WTO commitments in response to the global economic crisis
14 .Self-enforcing trade agreements : evidence from time-varying trade policy
15 .Developing countries, dispute settlement, and the advisory centre on WTO law
16 .U.S.-Japan and U.S.-China trade conflict : export growth, reciprocity, and the international trading system
17 .The global resort to antidumping, safeguards, and other trade remedies amidst the economic crisis
18 .Developing countries and enforcement of trade agreements : why dispute settlement is not enough
19 .The World Trade Organization and antidumping in developing countries
20 .Global antidumping database version 1.0
21 .Trade remedies and World Trade Organization dispute settlement : Why are so few challenged?




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