Professor of International Economics
International Business School
International Economics, Economic Development, Econometrics
Judy’s research focuses on international trade and economic development. Much of her work examines the relationship between trade and the environment. In a series of empirical studies using Chinese data, she has been exploring the possibility that trade growth, foreign investment and production fragmentation may have beneficial effects on the environment. In other work, she studies trade and fragmentation, the effects of non-tariff barriers and the implications of trade preference erosion for developing countries. Judy comes to Brandeis from the US International Trade Commission where she has been a Senior International Economist in the Research Division, overseeing research on China and India. Prior to joining the ITC, Judy was Associate Professor of Economics at SAIS, Johns Hopkins University (1990-2000) and Assistant Professor at Bowdoin College (1983-1990). She has been a consultant to the World Bank and the OECD, and a Visiting Scholar at the Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India. She has also helped to establish joint research between the ITC and Tsinghua University and the ITC and the India Development Foundation.
Cornell University, Ph.D.
|ECON||201a||Global Economic Environment|
|ECON||260a||International Trade Policy and Institutions|
|ECON||261a||Empirical Analysis of Trade Policy|
|ECON||270a||Economic Development Strategies|