World Trade Organization expert
Robert Wolfe, expert in WTO, trade policy, foreign affairs and Canada-U.S. relations teaches policy analysis, trade policy, and international organization in Queen's School of Policy Studies.
He is closely monitoring current WTO developments - most recent article is "The WTO on the Way to Cancun: Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones'.
Wolfe's current research projects include: The Doha Round in the WTO Democracy and the WTO Good governance at home and abroad Institutions for North American Integration Trade and regulation (food safety, telecoms) Dynamic density and Canadian diplomacy.
From 1976 to 1995 Robert Wolfe was a foreign service officer with the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, serving abroad in Dhaka, Bangladesh (1977-79) and in the Canadian Delegation to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris (1981-85). In Ottawa he worked in the National Security Section, the U.S. Trade and Economic Relations Division, as Executive Assistant to the Ambassador for Multilateral Trade Negotiations and Prime Minister's Personal Representative, Economic Summit, and in the International Economic Relations Division.
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