Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Reginald Jones Senior Fellow since 1992, was formerly the Maurice Greenberg Chair and Director of Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (1996–98), the Marcus Wallenberg Professor of International Finance Diplomacy at Georgetown University (1985–92), senior fellow at the Institute (1981–85), deputy director of the International Law Institute at Georgetown University (1979–81); deputy assistant secretary for international trade and investment policy of the US Treasury (1977–79); and director of the international tax staff at the Treasury (1974–76).
Hufbauer has written extensively on international trade, investment, and tax issues. He is coauthor of Bridging the Pacific: Toward Free Trade and Investment between China and the United States (2014), Economic Normalization with Cuba: A Roadmap for US Policymakers (2014), Local Content Requirements: A Global Problem (2013), Outward Foreign Direct Investment and US Exports, Jobs, and R&D: Implications for US Policy (2013), The United States Should Establish Permanent Normal Trade Relations with Russia (2012), Figuring Out the Doha Round (2010), Global Warming and the World Trading System (2009), Economic Sanctions Reconsidered, 3rd edition (2007), US Taxation of Foreign Income (2007), Toward a US-Indonesia Free Trade Agreement (2007), US-China Trade Disputes: Rising Tide, Rising Stakes (2006), The Shape of a Swiss-US Free Trade Agreement (2006), NAFTA Revisited: Achievements and Challenges (2005), Reforming the US Corporate Tax (2005), Awakening Monster: The Alien Tort Statute of 1789 (2003), The Benefits of Price Covergence (2002) and World Capital Markets (2001), and coeditor of Capitalizing on the Morocco-US Free Trade Agreement: A Road Map for Success (2009), Maghreb Regional and Global Integration: A Dream to Be Fulfilled (2008), The Ex-Im Bank in the 21st Century (2001), Unfinished Business: Telecommunications after the Uruguay Round (1997) and Flying High: Liberalizing Civil Aviation in the Asia Pacific (1996). He is author of Fundamental Tax Reform and Border Tax Adjustments (1996) and US Taxation of International Income (1992), and coauthor of Western Hemisphere Economic Integration (1994), Measuring the Costs of Protection in the United States (1994), NAFTA: An Assessment (rev. 1993), North American Free Trade (1992), Economic Sanctions Reconsidered (2d ed. 1990), Trade Policy for Troubled Industries (1986), and Subsidies in International Trade (1984).
NPR's All Things Considered How NAFTA Drove the Auto Industry South Audio with transcript | December 8, 2013 Gary Clyde Hufbauer discusses how the biggest industry transformation resulting from NAFTA occurred in Mexico's automobile industry.
CNBC Asia's Squawk Box EU Could Suspend ETS Scheme on Airlines Video | July 31, 2012 Gary Clyde Hufbauer explains why sovereignty issues and international law may force the European Union to suspend its emissions trading scheme (ETS) for airlines.
Bloomberg China Pledges Increased Access for US Companies Without Budging on Yuan Video | May 11, 2011 Gary Clyde Hufbauer tells Bloomberg that progress at the US-China Dialogue was modest. While there was no significant progress on strengthening the renminbi, a major US objective was achieved: China agreed that government procurement both at local and national levels would be open to foreign companies.
Marketplace Radio The IRS Investigates HSBC for Tax Evasion Article | April 8, 2011 Marketplace Radio talks with Gary Clyde Hufbauer about tax evasion through foreign bank accounts and what the IRS is doing about it. Hufbauer estimates that alleged Indian-American tax evasion could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars and sees the IRS's investigation of HSBC as "significant" and likely part of a growing trend. Hufbauer is coauthor of US Taxation of Foreign Income.
Bloomberg US-China Aluminum Trade Dispute and Currency Subsidies Video | August 31, 2010 Gary Clyde Hufbauer discusses US-China trade relations in the context of the latest dispute over subsidized aluminum prices and to what amount renminbi undervaluation contributes to lower prices.