skip to main content

Our response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Featured Items

NAFTA Matters Less than You Think
How bond gains can recapitalize India's banks
Bargaining with China: Exchange Rate Policy
Whither NAFTA?

About The Program

The Baker Institute International Economics Program studies many key issues in global economic policy, as well as domestic macroeconomic and developmental policy in foreign countries. Between debt concerns in Europe threatening another global financial crisis and the ascendancy of emerging economies, best typified by China becoming the world’s second-largest economy, the shape and dynamics of the global economy and its governance are undergoing significant shifts. Baker Institute researchers study the role of financial imbalances in recent and potential crises, with the intent of proposing alternative mechanisms for correcting these imbalances and reducing the tight financial coupling of global markets that leads to contagion and systemic risk.

More about International Economics >>

Fellows & Scholars

Russell A. Green

Russell A. Green, Ph.D., is a Baker Institute nonresident fellow and a senior economist at the International Monetary Fund.  Green previously held the position of …
Read more about this expert

Mahmoud A. El-Gamal

Mahmoud A. El-Gamal, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Economics at Rice University, where he also holds the endowed Chair in Islamic Economics, …
Read more about this expert

View Our Publications View Our Events View Our Blog