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Countries around the world experience different levels of economic development, and policy can greatly affect the outcomes of the global community and move people out of poverty. Scholars at SIEPR and the Stanford King Center on Global Development — our joint venture with Stanford Seed — are studying critical issues that inform our understanding of human and economic development in low- and middle-income countries, as well as how public policies around the world are formulated and their effectiveness at alleviating poverty. Our scholars also study international trade’s impact on businesses, governments, and society.

Keywords: international trade, trade policy, development 

People in Global Development and Trade Research

Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of Medicine
Professor of Political Science and Leadership Values
Associate Professor of Earth System Science
Associate Professor of Political Economy
Senior Fellow
Professor of International Communication
Professor of Economics
Senior Fellow
Associate Professor of Political Economy
Professor of Economics
Gordon and Betty Moore Senior Fellow
Professor of Sciences and Humanities
Assistant Professor of Economics
Visiting Fellow
Professor of Economics
Executive Director and Research Scholar, Stanford King Center on Global Development
Co-Director of the Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions (SCCEI)
Co-Director, Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions
Professor of Earth System Science
Professor of Finance
Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Research Scholar
Professor in International Agricultural Policy
Director of Partnerships
Professor of Law
Professor of Economics
Tad and Dianne Taube Policy Fellow
Professor of Political Science
Associate Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of Political Science
Professor of Economics
Professor of American Economic History
Assistant Professor of Finance

Related Publications

Atal, J. P., Cuesta, J. I., González, F., & Otero, C. (2021). The Economics of the Public Option: Evidence from Local Pharmaceutical Markets. Working Paper.
Keniston, D., Larsen, B., Li, S., Prescott, J., Silveira, B., & Yu, C. (2021). Fairness in Incomplete Information Bargaining: Theory and Widespread Evidence from the Field. Working Paper.

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