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The Bologna Insitute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Michael G. Plummer

Michael G. Plummer
Director, SAIS Europe
Eni Professor of International Economics


Geographic Areas

Economic Development
International Finance
International Financial Markets
International Trade Theory and Policy


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Background and Education
Michael G. Plummer is the Director of SAIS Europe and Eni Professor of International Economics. He has held appointment as head of the Development Division in the Trade and Agriculture Directorate at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris from 2010 to 2012; was tenured associate professor at Brandeis University; is president of the American Committee on Asian Economic Studies (ACAES); serves as editor in chief of the Journal of Asian Economics; is a nonresident senior fellow at the East-West Center; was Asian Development Bank distinguished lecturer and team leader at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Secretariat for several projects; led studies on the ASEAN economic community and development of the ASEAN regional bond market; advised on ASEAN free-trade initiative; lecturer and adviser to the Asian Development Bank; team leader and adviser to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Secretariat (2001-2003); member of the editorial Boards of World Development and the Asian Economic Journal; international advisory board member of the ASEAN Economic Bulletin; Ph.D., economics, Michigan State University

ASEAN Economic Cooperation and Integration: Progress, Challenges and Future Directions (2015) (with C. S. Yue); Regional Perspectives on Aid for Trade (OECD, November 2014) (principal author); ASEAN Centrality and the ASEAN-US Economic Relationship, Policy Series 69 (East-West Center, March 2014); Oxford Handbook of International Commercial Policy, co-editor (2012); Realizing the ASEAN Economic Community: A Comprehensive Assessment, co-editor (2009); The Global Economic Crisis and Its Implications for Asian Economic Cooperation (2009); ASEAN Economic Integration: Trade, Finance, and Foreign Direct Investment (2009); "Best Practices in Regional Trading Agreements: An Application to Asia" in The World Economy (2007); The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic, and Political Analysis (Vols. I-III), co-editor (2005); Economic Integration and Development: Has Regionalism Delivered for Developing Countries? co-author (2002); numerous articles and reviews in academic journals

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