Bibek Debroy is Director, Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary
Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi. He has authored/ edited several books,
papers and popular articles and is also Consulting Editor, Business Standard.
Brink Lindsey is Vice President for Research at the Cato
Institute in Washington, D.C., and the Director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies
at the Institute. Lindsey has written and spoken widely on international economic issues
at various forums. He is also an attorney with extensive experience in international
Daniel Ikenson is a Trade Policy Analyst at the Center for Trade
Policy Studies, Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. Ikenson has focused on a variety of
trade topics, although his research emphasis has been on the subject of anti-Dumping
Debashis Chakraborty is Research Associate at the Rajiv Gandhi
Institute for Contemporary Studies, New Delhi. He has worked on trade policy issues and
Indian economic development. He is a Doctoral Scholar at the Centre for International
Trade and Development Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.
Fredrik Erixon is the Chief Economist of the Swedish think-tank
Timbro. He has written extensively on trade, development and international economics and
his new book on post-war international political economy, Quid Pro Quo. Aid, Bretton
Woods, Bankruptcy, will be published in late 2005.
K.D. Raju is Assistant Director, Amity Centre on WTO and Lecturer
at Amity Law School, New Delhi. He is also a Doctoral Scholar at the Centre for Studies
in Diplomacy, International Law & Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New
Yuefen Li is Senior Economic Affairs Officer in the Division on
Globalisation and Development Strategies at UNCTAD, Geneva. She is also a guest
professor at Tsinghua University, China. Li has written extensive on trade policy