About the Authors
Lori Wallach is the director and founder of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch (GTW) and coauthor of “Whose Trade Organization? A Comprehensive Guide to the WTO” (The New Press, 2004). A widely cited trade and globalization policy expert, Wallach has testified before Congress, federal agencies, and foreign legislatures. She graduated from Wellesley College and Harvard Law School.
Acknowledgements: Chapters 1 through 4 of this book were authored by Todd Tucker for the 2008-09 edition, and remain mostly unchanged. Tucker was research director of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch until 2012. He is author of dozens of reports on the World Trade Organization, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and other trade, investment, consumer and economic issues. A graduate of George Washington University, he received his masters from Cambridge University where he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. Tucker conducted much of the primary research for the book’s earlier edition, with assistance from Lauren Forbes. Amy Bruno, Isaac Raisner and Rebecca Riddell provided research assistance. Thanks to Heather Boushey, Sarah Edelman, Bill Holland, Kate Pollard, Adina Rosenbaum and Brandon Wu for additional support. Thanks to Steve Charnovitz, Alfred Eckes, Ben Francis-Fallon, James Galbraith, Allen Matusow and Rick Perlstein for their historical insights. GTW Research Director Ben Beachy provided very thoughtful comments on the revision of the book, as did several peer review readers. A helpful overall edit and copyediting for the revised edition was provided by Dolores Byrnes. The author is solely responsible for the book’s content.