Patricia Sourdin

Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University

Patricia Sourdin is an Adjunct Professor teaching econometrics at the Johns Hopkins University in Bologna, and a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia.  She previously taught courses at Sciences Po in Paris, and designed and delivered in-house training courses for the OECD Trade and Agriculture Directorate.  She is co-author of Trade Facilitation: Defining Measuring, Explaining and reducing the cost of international trade (Edward Elgar, 2012), and has published articles in journals including The World Economy, Review of World Economics, Journal of Asian Economics, and Journal of Economic Psychology.  As a Consultant Trade Policy Analyst with the OECD Trade and Agriculture Directorate, she co-authored four OECD Trade Policy Working Papers. She has also prepared reports on empirical aspects of trade and trade costs for the APEC Policy Unit in Singapore and for ERIA in Jakarta.  Her principal current project, funded by the Asian Development Bank, is on trade policy options for Pacific islands.