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Jeremy Harris has worked at the IDB for 20 years, serving as an Economist and Integration and Trade Specialist since 2009. At the IDB, he has participated in supporting several trade negotiation processes within Latin America, including the FTAA and the DR-CAFTA, with an emphasis on rules of origin and market access. He also has helped design and develop several databases and information systems focused on market access, and has written on preferential trade agreements and their systemic effects on regional and global trade. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland.

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5 Things you need to know about inclusive rules of origin and why it will affect trade

December 9, 2016

Two weeks ago, the IDB’s Integration and Trade Sector (INT) and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) hosted a READ MORE


How can we understand the complexity of trade data?

September 8, 2016

These days, the amount of data available about anything, anywhere, is growing much faster than our ability to process and really understand it. This is true in many fields, but especially in matter... READ MORE


Gatekeepers of Global Commerce: Rules of Origin and International Economic Integration

January 1, 2008

Rules of origin are a crucial market access instrument in the rapidly proliferating network of preferential trade agreements (PTAs) around the world. In this volume, Estevadeordal and Suominen reve... READ MORE