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Examples of past work
|Scholarly papers, reports, ebooks||Baldwin, Richard, Jeison Cárdenas and Cristina Fernández (2021), Telemigration and Digitally Enabled Service Exports: Opportunities for Colombia, Thinking Ahead on Societal Change Platform, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva|
Baldwin, Richard, and Simon Evenett (2020), COVID-19 and Trade Policy, Centre for Economic Policy Research (selected chapters)
Fernandes, Ana, Nadia Rocha, Michele Ruta (2021), The Economics of Deep Trade Agreements, Centre for Economic Policy Research and World Bank
Six reports to the Singaporean government on nuclear governance (2021, 2022)
|Online articles||Articles on VoxEU.org, the policy portal of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (regular & ongoing)|
Summaries of Families in Global Transition Research Network events. Researchers shared their work with fellow researchers; I wrote or edited the summaries so they would be more accessible to lay people. Examples:
|Abstracts||“Analysis of China’s 21st Century Silk Road Policy”|
“Local Elections after Decentralization in Thailand: Lessons Learned”
“Fascist Italy’s Cultural Policy for Theater: Through the Lens of Takarazuka Shojo Kagekidan’s First European Tour (1938)”
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