Victor Stolzenburg

World Trade Organization

Victor Stolzenburg is research economist at the World Trade Organization (WTO), where he works on a wide range of topics relating to international trade and global value chains. His recent work engages with topics of gender equality and the effects of COVID-19, and he investigates more broadly the development aspects of participation in global value chains. Victor holds a PhD from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, and was involved in a number of projects with the World Bank.

Marc Bacchetta, Eddy Bekkers, Roberta Piermartini, Stela Rubinova, Voctor Stolzenburg, Ankai Xu

COVID-19 and global value chains: A discussion of arguments on value chain organization and the role of the WTO

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been a discussion among researchers and policy makers about changes to global value chains, both about expected changes and changes that should be promoted by government policies. In this paper we conduct an in-depth analysis of the reasons for ...

Erik Churchill, José-Antonio Monteiro, Victor Stolzenburg & Deborah Winkler

Women and Trade: The role of trade in promoting gender equality

In view of the complexity of the relationship between trade and gender, it is important to assess the potential impact of trade policy on both women and men and to develop appropriate policies to ensure that trade contributes to enhancing opportunities for all. Building on new analysis and data brok...

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