Dr. David R. DeRemer joined NUGSB in January 2020. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University in 2012, and he also holds a Master’s degree in Statistics and Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University. His primary research fields are international trade and industrial organization. His primary research interest is in international economic cooperation, including trade agreements and their distributional consequences. His research has been published in the Journal of International Economics, the International Journal of Industrial Organization, the World Trade Review, and the MIT Press conference volume The World Trade Organisation and Economic Development. Prior to joining NU GSB, David was an assistant professor at the International School of Economics at Kazakh-British Technical University and a lecturer at Northeastern University (USA). He was also previously a researcher in the project Firms, Strategy and Performance of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, a Marie Curie Fellow at l’Universitré libre de Bruxelles as part of the DISSETTLE (Dispute Settlement in Trade: Training in Law and Economics) network of the European Union’s 7th Framework Program, an Exchange Scholar at Stanford University, and a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow in International Globalization and Development at Columbia University. Prior to doctoral studies, David worked as a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
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