Richard Baldwin

Richard Baldwin has been Professor of International Economics at the Graduate Institute in Geneva since 1991 and Editor-in-Chief of VoxEU.org since he founded it in 2007. He has been President of CEPR since 2016. He was a Visiting Research Professor at the University of Oxford (2012-2015), Visiting Professor at MIT Economics Department (Fall 2002-03), and an Associate Professor at Columbia University Business School (1989-1991, Assistant Professor 1986-1989).

Content by Richard Baldwin
  • Blog post

    Post-Brexit trade and development policy

    Regardless of what one may think of the decision, the British people have voted to leave the EU – a result that throws up historic challenges as well as historic opportunities. This blog introduces the IGC's latest Policy Brief on Post-Brexit Trade & Development Policy, and why Brexit should be viewed as an important opportunity for fresh thinking. The decision to...

    3 Apr 2017 | Richard Baldwin, Paul Collier, Tony Venables

  • Publication - Policy note

    Post-Brexit trade and development policy

    In a short thought-piece, the authors suggest that the time is ripe for the UK government to embrace a new trade and development agenda that demonstrates that post-Brexit Britain is a confident, outward-looking country ready to play a key role on the world stage. Their proposal walks on two legs: New, pro-development trade and investment policies focused initially on...

    29 Mar 2017 | Richard Baldwin, Paul Collier, Tony Venables