In this year’s research, WWL recognises 42 top-tier economists and anti-dumping consultants who are highly experienced in providing economic analysis on a spectrum of trade matters including anti-dumping, countervailing duties, anti-subsidy and policy matters.
Global Elite Thought Leaders
Rudi Leleu of Dentons is a stand-out practitioner who is “very experienced in anti-dumping proceedings on the dumping side”.
William De Munck at NCTM is held in high regard by peers who express that “as a former Commission official handling trade remedy investigation, he is very experienced and knowledgeable.”
Cliff Stevenson of Cliff Stevenson Consulting has a stellar reputation as a seasoned economist with invaluable experience in anti-dumping and subsides work.
Yagambaram Soobramanien at Commonwealth Secretariat receives glowing praise from peers who highlight his “unrivalled experience on a range of trade-related legal issues”.
Bernard Hoekman of European University Institute is an acclaimed economist thanks to his first-class insights into trade policy and supply chains.
Paul Baker at International Economics Consulting is applauded for his “use of rigorous and up to date trade tools for strategic decisions” and is “very skilled in the field of trade and investment”.
At the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Theresa Carpenter is singled out by sources as being extremely well versed in complex trade issues.
At University of Geneva, Marcelo Olarreaga has an impressive profile as a top-tier economist with a wealth of experience in trade policy matters.
Jaime De Melo wins endorsements for his invaluable knowledge of trade economics with a focus on supply chain issues.
Bulent Hacioglu of Trade Resources Company is celebrated as “extremely experienced in global trade remedy investigations”.
Global Elite Thought Leaders
Jennifer Lutz is revered for her extensive experience in assisting clients with complex countervailing duty and anti-dumping matters.
Maarten van de Geijn is a superlative expert who is a deft hand at providing expert advice on unfair trade proceedings.
Kenneth Button is a long-standing fixture in the market with profound knowledge of trade economics.
Mark Love possesses a wealth of knowledge on trade policy, economic theory, in addition to industry experience in the manufacturing sector.
Bruce Malashevich receives accolades for his first-class trade practice, and is highly sought after for his significant experience testifying before numerous US agencies.
Other leading individuals
J Peter Clark of Grey, Clark, Shih and Associates is a distinguished practitioner who is looked upon with enormous favour due to his knowhow of the WTO and NAFTA rules.
Charles Anderson of Capital Trade is commended as “a master strategist” in complex transnational trade matters and a highly sought-after adviser to law firms.
Daniel Klett enjoys a strong profile in the market with a niche in analysing the economic impact of imports on US consumers and industries.
Bonnie Byers at King & Spalding receives effusive praise as for being “able to shepherd clients through all aspects of trade disputes”.
Jorge Miranda has sweeping knowledge of complex trade issues for which he is held in high regard among peers.