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The Cordell Hull Institute is an independent think tank that promotes analysis and public discussion of issues in international economic relations, focusing primarily on trade, investment and competition policies.

It does this to encourage:

·         the integration of developing countries into the world economy

·         adjustment in industrialized countries to increasing trade with developing ones

·         the opening of developing-country markets to stimulate the adjustment and investment needed to promote their own economic growth and development

The Institute honors the vision and perseverance of Cordell Hull, U.S. Secretary of State in 1933-1944, in pursuing the idea of an international economic order as the basis for peace and prosperity in the world.

 

 

Top Photo: Cordell Hull addressing the U.S. Congress on 18 November 1943 on returning from the Four Power Conference of Foreign Ministers in Moscow that lead to the establishment of the United Nations, the Bretton Woods institutions and the multilateral trading system (Courtesy National Archives)

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Looking Ahead: Dilemma Confronting the Doha Round Endeavor, by Hugh Corbet, President of the Cordell Hull Institute. (Posted August 2006)

 

Publications: Energizing the Service Negotiations in the Doha Round, by Richard Self, Principal Associate for International Trade Policy, Nathan Associates Inc., development consultants, Vol.8,No.10 (April 2006)

 

Policy Forum: Agricultural Dimensions of the Doha Round Negotiations: Post Mortem on Hong Kong, by Robert L. Thompson, Chairman, International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council, (January 10, 2006)

 

News: Post Mortem on the WTO Ministerial Meeting in Hong Kong (Trade Policy Roundtable: January 10, 2006)