Rodney D. Ludema
Department of Economics
Washington DC, 20057-1045
Telephone: (202) 687-1429
FAX: (202) 687-6102
Ph. D. (1990) Columbia University
M. Phil. (1988) Columbia University
M.A. (1987) Columbia University
"International Trade Agreements and GATT Rules: A Game-Theoretic Approach," sponsored by Professor Jagdish Bhagwati
Grants and Awards
Trade (Undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D.), Topics in International
Trade, International Finance, Principles of Economics, Public Finance,
Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Growth and Development, Accounting and
Finance, Senior seminar in Political Economy, Senior Seminar in
PhD Advisees: Vladimir Osakovsky (2001), Surani Jayasuriya (2002), Taizo Takeno (2002), Yanling Wang (2003), Pinar Cebi (2005), Evelina Mengova (2005), Utku Kumru (2005), Henric Adey (2006), Eteri Kvintradze (2006), Renee Bowen (2008), Justin Pierce (2009), Jose Daniel Reyes (2010), Zhi George Yu (2010).
Current Research Interests:
International trade agreements, political economy, regionalism, environment, economic geography.
1. Refereed Journal Articles
2. Non-refereed Journal Articles
3. Book Chapters and Book Reviews
Associate Editor, Journal of International Economics, 2004-present.
Refereeing for: American
Economic Review, Canadian Journal of Economics, Economics and Politics,
European Economic Review, European Journal of Political Economy,
International Economic Review, Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management, Journal of International Economics, Public Finance
Quarterly, Resource & Energy Economics, Review of Economic Studies,
Review of International Economics, Scandinavian Journal of Economics,
Southern Journal of Economics, and The World Economy
Director, International Economics Seminar, Georgetown University, 2003, 2006-2010, 2013.
Co-organizer, Southeast Theory and International Economics Conference, Georgetown University, 1999
Organizer, Annual Conference on International Trade, University of Western Ontario; 1992, 1993, 1994
Recent Seminar and Conference Presentations
summer institute, Cambridge MA.Yale-Princeton Conference on
International Political Economy, Princeton, NJ. Seminars at University
of Maryland, Peking University, Renmin University, Shanghai University
of Economics and Finance, Hong Kong University.
Summer Institute, Cambridge, MA. Seminars at Yale and University of
Chicago. CEPR Conference on Political Economy, Barcelona, Spain.
at IMF, International Food Policy Research Institute, and U.S.
International Trade Commission, Conference at Stanford Institute for
at University of Tokyo; European Trade Study Group, Rome; Conference on
the New Political Economy of Trade, European University Institute,
Florence; Conference International Trade Institutions, Seoul National
Seminars at Johns Hopkins, SAIS, and Stanford University.
at University of Munich and George Washington University; Empirical
Investigations in Trade and Investment Conference, Keio University,
(Updated: June 2013)