Duncan Green

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Duncan Green is the Head of Research at Oxfam GB.

Previous employment[edit]

Prior to working there he was employed as a Senior Policy Adviser on Trade and Development at the Department for International Development (DFID). He was responsible for looking at trade in goods. His post at DFID was originally a secondment from CAFOD. At CAFOD he had been their trade and globalization Policy Analyst. He has also been Head of Research and Engagement at the Just Pensions project, a member of an advisory board member to the Globalisation and Poverty Programme (www.gapresearch.org) and a board member of the Ethical Trading Initiative.[1]

Publications[edit]

He has authored many books and articles including:

  • (2003) Silent Revolution: The Rise and Crisis of Market Economics in Latin America (2003)
  • (1997) Faces of Latin America
  • (2004) Rethinking Tropical Agricultural Commodities (with Ian Gillson and others, DFID);
  • (2004) Fostering Pro-sustainable Development Agriculture Trade Reform: Strategic Options Facing Developing Countries (with Jamie Morrison, ICTSD)
  • (2003)The Northern WTO Agenda on Investment: Do as we say, not as we did (with Ha Joon Chang, South Centre/CAFOD, June)
  • (2002)Dumping on the Poor: The Common Agricultural Policy, the WTO and International Development (with Matthew Griffith, CAFOD, September)
  • (2001)Capital Punishment: Making International Finance Work for the World's Poor (CAFOD, September).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Duncan Green (The University of Manchester)". Llc.manchester.ac.uk. Retrieved 2012-02-10.