When evaluating the Trans-Pacific
Partnership, Canadians will of course evaluate potential impacts on specific
sectors. But while details are important, the larger picture dictates Canada must be a part of the next era of global change.
Danielle Goldfarb / @DIGoldfarb
Associate Director of the Conference Board of Canada’s Global Commerce Centre
Danielle Goldfarb is the Associate Director of the Conference Board of Canada’s Global Commerce Centre. She is the author of numerous articles on Canada’s international trade, investment, and development policies for the Conference Board of Canada, the C.D. Howe Institute, the Canadian Defense and Foreign Affairs Institute, the Canadian Foundation for the Americas, the Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, and other media. Maclean’s online called her one of Canada’s top trade experts. Danielle’s current research assesses the hottest opportunities for Canadian companies in fast-growth markets, including India and Southeast Asia. She is part of Statistics Canada's advisory committee on trade and the Canadian International Council Roundtable blog on foreign policy. She has been part of Georgetown University’s leadership seminar, the Department of Foreign Affairs Academic Advisory Group on trade, and the US International Visitor Program on trade. Danielle has an M.Phil. in International Relations from Cambridge University and a B.Comm. in Honours Economics from McGill University.
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