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Project Highlights

Client: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

G-20 & the Real Economy: Bridging the Divide brought together interviews, short stories and quotes from companies and business associations in several G-20 economies. The resulting booklet explores the following questions and provides a brief overview of the global financial architecture that emerged in response to the financial and economic crisis.

• Are there differences in the way the regulations are perceived by business in various G-20 markets?
• Could the new regulations add to economic volatility by limiting the way companies manage risk?
• Could the regulations create new business opportunities?
• Could they force companies to set aside cash that would otherwise be used for productive investments?
• Could the regulations create incentives for companies to move their business operations to new locations?

Transatlantic IPR Collaboration was an EU Commission € 432,350 (US$ 610,608) grant project which focused on anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy policies in Europe and the United States. The culmination of the grant project was the release of a joint study and a 2-day transatlantic conference held in Washington, DC.

The Eurasian Business Platform initiative fostered regional cooperation and integration with the twin goals of creating a transparent and profitable commercial and investment climate and contributing to the positive development of a strategically important part of the world.

Client: Krull Corporation

This long-term consulting project focused on providing extensive research-based analysis, written input and editing for a book which provides an in-depth look at how alternative energy has evolved into a global megatrend with potentially significant geopolitical, geo-economic and security implications.

This long-term consulting project focused on providing extensive research-based analysis, written input and editing for a series of short articles covering the most pressing global economic issues of the 21st century (e.g., inequality, supply and demand of labor, shadow economy, energy security, food and water security and the challenges of future growth).

Client: Vory’s, Sater, Seymour & Pease LLP

  • Building on prior experience with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Ms. Alley often serves as an economic consultant on anti-subsidy (countervailing duty) investigations. Recent cases have dealt with subsidy practices in China, Vietnam and India.

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