Development Economist, International Antitrust Expert
Philippe Brusick is a trade and development economics expert having completed his tenure with United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). In his more than 30 years of work at UNCTAD, he has worked extensively in areas of trade, development and competition law and policy. He headed UNCTAD’s Competition and Consumer Policies Branch for some 25 years. This involved supervising research on specific competition issues, organizing international meetings and conferences on the subject, taking part in multilateral negotiations related to competition policy, including at the WTO, and preparing and implementing technical assistance and capacity building programs for developing countries and regional integration schemes in all regions of the world, including Latin America, in cooperation with individual Governments and international organizations involved in this field, such as the World Bank, OECD and WTO. Mr. Brusick has 25 years of lecturing experience, at Webster University, then at Geneva University, where he taught economic translation from English and Spanish into French.