FORA.tv Speaker - Sallie James

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Biography

Sallie James is a policy analyst with Cato's Center for Trade Policy Studies. James writes and speaks on a variety of trade topics, with a research emphasis on the subject of agricultural trade policy. Before joining Cato in 2006, James was an executive officer in the Office of Trade Negotiations in the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Prior to that she was a Senior Policy Adviser in the Australian Government's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. She held numerous research and teaching assistant positions while studying. Her articles have been published in the Washington Times, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, and the European Review of Agricultural Economics. James has appeared on BBC World, CNBC and Australian ABC's Behind the News. James received her Bachelor of Economics and Master of Economics degrees from the University of Adelaide, and her Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from the University of Western Australia.

2 Programs

The New Deal's Economic Legacy

06.01.09 | 01:12:56 min | 0 comments

Changing Course: U.S. Agriculture Policy

09.21.06 | 00:24:05 min | 0 comments