Robert Wolfe is professor in the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University, a research fellow at the IRPP, and a senior associate at the International Institute for Sustainable Development. He was a foreign service officer for many years, serving in Bangladesh, Paris (OECD), and Ottawa. After completing a doctorate in political studies, in 1995 he joined Queen’s University, where he is the director of the annual Queen’s Institute on Trade Policy. His major research interest is institutional design for trade policy, notably World Trade Organization transparency.

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A more inclusive, multilateral approach to trade

Canada stands at a critical crossroads. Our economic prosperity depends on international trade and investment, but new global realities are calling into question long-standing policy goals and approaches in these vital areas. An existential threat …

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