Amb. Alan Wm. Wolff

First Name
Alan
Last Name
Wolff
Alan Wolff
Job Title
Distinguished Research Professor, Graduate School of International Policy and Management, Director, International Trade and Development Policy Initiative
Location
Casa Fuente 437F
City, State, ZIP
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone
831.647.3572

Ambassador Alan Wolff has a distinguished career of public service that spans the fields of international trade, legislative and public policy and litigation with a special emphasis on the renewable and clean energy industry. He currently leads Dewey & LeBoeuf's International Trade Practice Group, which has been credited with helping to open international markets for American products including semiconductors, computer parts, telecommunications equipment, soda ash and forest products, consumer photographic film and paper, and insurance and other services. Mr.

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WKSH 8564 - American Trade PolicyFormation      

The workshop will examine the workings of the U.S. trade policy formulation
process. The focus will be on the interaction of USTR with other Executive Branch agencies, with the Congress, and with interested private parties, public opinion and the media in the context of international trade relations and the rules of the World Trade Organization. A simulation will be conducted in which key trade policy decisions will be debated by workshop participants on behalf of the roles chosen or assigned.

Spring 2011 - MIIS

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WKSH 8588 - China:EmrgngRole in WrldEconmy      

China is making daily breakthroughs in areas of major international competition, including high speed rail, renewable energy and electricity-generating equipment (both wind and solar) and biotech, as well as in a host of other cutting-edge industries. How has China's unique organizational structure contributed to these remarkable achievements? The course will examine how the Chinese system developed, China's current approach to State Planning and industrial policy, the strengths and weaknesses of the existing Chinese system and where it may be headed in the future.

Fall 2010 - MIIS

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Expertise

International Trade, Legislative and Public Policy, Finance Law, Renewable and Clean Energy

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Education

J.D. Columbia University Law School

B.A. Harvard University

Publications

Books/Articles

  • China’s New Anti-Monopoly Law, A Perspective from the United States, Pacific Rim Law and Policy Review. U of Washington Law School, Co-author with T. Howell, R. Howe, D. Oh, January 2009.
  • Remedy in WTO Dispute Settlement, in The WTO: Governance, Dispute Settlement & Developing Countries, Merit E. Janow, Victoria Donaldson, Alan Yanovich, Editors, Columbia University, January 2008.
  • China’s Drive Toward Innovation, in Issues in Science and Technology, National Academy of Sciences and University of Texas at Austin, (Spring 2007)
  • America's Ability to Achieve its Commercial Objectives and the Operation of the WTO, 91 LAW 8c Law and Policy in International Business 1013 (2000).

Publications

  • The International Trading System and the Environment. Monterey Institute for International Studies, April 17, 2009
  • Chinese Promotional Policies and the Protection of Intellectual Property, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, March 27, 2009
  • Chinese Industrial Policies and their Impact on U.S. Industry, U.S. Economic and Security Review Commission, March 27, 2009
  • Working paper, "U.S. Trade Policies Toward China" (10/15/2008).
  • "Investment Conference: Frameworks to Ensure Open Investment Regimes," U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Bureau of Research, Washington, DC (09/16/2008).
  • "Standards & IPR in China," U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Conference, Arlington, VA (6/30/08).
  • "Standards & Innovation in China: Public Policy and the Role of Stakeholders," U.S. Chamber of Commerce, National Bureau of Research, Washington, DC (5/8/2008).
  • University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, "The Changing Role of Intellectual Property in Asia: National Innovation Policies of India and China" (March 7, 2008).
  • Japan Commerce Association of Washington, DC, "China's Innovation Drive - Implications for Japanese Companies" (February 27, 2008.)
  • U.S. National Academy of Sciences, New Delhi, India, "Innovation Policies in the United States, China and India" (December 2007).
  • The Global Business Dialogue, Inc., Washington, DC, "Responses to the Doha Chairman's Paper on Rules - Remarks on the Valles Rules Negotiation Text, (December 2007).
  • OECD – Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Conference on the Review of China's National Innovation System and Policy, "China's National Innovation System: A Foreign Business Perspective", Beijing, China, (August 27, 2007).
  • U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Government of Belgium, Conference on Regional and National Innovation, "China’s Drive Toward Innovation" (September 21, 2006).
  • Presentation to the Beijing Lawyers Association, "U.S. Trade Remedies" (June 13, 2006).
  • WTO at 10 Conference, "Remedy in WTO Dispute Settlement" (April 7, 2006).
  • The Center for American and International Law, "China’s Compliance with Its WTO Obligations" (June 15, 2005).
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    The Monterey Institute will be hosting the Annual International Trade Conference on March 11, 2011, entitled Accountability in Trade and International Security: Rising to the Challenge.

    Organized by the MIIS International Trade Club, this one day conference will bring together stakeholders for a constructive dialogue around global trends shaping international trade policy, business innovation, and social ventures in emerging economies.

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