Harry de Gorter is a professor in the Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University and currently is a visiting fellow at the Cato Institute, working on issues related to renewable energy policies and cap and trade.

Prior to Cornell, he worked for the International Trade Policy Division of the Canadian government. His research focus is on agricultural trade policy and much of his recent work has been on biofuels and agricultural trade reform and the Doha Development Agenda, especially the impact of subsidies and protection on developing countries. Harry de Gorter has published over 100 journal articles and book chapters, including in the Handbook of Economics. Books with his chapter in it have twice won the AAEA’s Quality of Communication Award, and he has won the Best Article Award in the Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. He has long been actively involved in advising many governments and organizations on issues related to agriculture and trade policy including the EU, FAO, IMF, OECD, UNCTAD, World Bank and WTO.

More from Harry de Gorter

Commentary

Pawlenty Hasn’t Gone Far Enough on Ethanol

Daily Caller. May 25, 2011.

Ethanol: Let Protectionism Expire

National Review (Online). December 8, 2010.

The Ethanol Tax Credit — It’s Worse Than You Think

CanadaFreePress.com. August 6, 2010.

Cato Studies

Events

Rethinking Biofuels Policy

September 30, 2010. Capitol Hill Briefing.