Intellectual Property-Related Preferential Trade Agreements and the Composition of Trade
In Pettengill G65 at 4:15, Dr. Keith presented his lecture on “Intellectual Property-Related Preferential Trade Agreements and the Composition of Trade.” This lecture was geared toward Economic majors.
Dr. Keith E. Maskus is the Chief Economist (an Assistant Secretary-level position) at the U.S. Department of State, where he leads research and analysis on a wide range of international economic and security topics relevant to U.S. foreign policy. These include global economic growth, financial stability, sanctions, trade, energy and climate change. He also represents the Department at Numerous bilateral and multilateral fora on economic and security issues. Maskus began the position in October 2016 and is on leave from his position as Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado Boulder.
His bio can be found: https//www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/biog/263348.htm
Sponsored by The Casey Lecture Fund – Economics