Ambassador Preeg does a great job of dealing with the nexus of international finance and international trade... -- Clayton Yeutter
About the Author
Ambassador Preeg formerly worked at several other public policy organizations, including the Council on Foreign Relations, the Brookings Institution, and, most recently, the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the New School for Social Research and taught economics at Brooklyn College. His first career was in the U.S. merchant marine, rising from ordinary seaman to chief mate oceans.
Preeg is the author of thirteen books and numerous shorter works. His most recent books include Traders in a Brave New World: The Uruguay Round and the Future of the International Trading System (University of Chicago Press, 1995), The Haitian Dilemma (CSIS, 1996), From Here to Free Trade: Essays in Post-Uruguay Round Trade Strategy (University of Chicago Press/CSIS, 1996), and Feeling Good or Doing Good with Sanctions? Unilateral Economic Sanctions and the U.S. National Interests (CSIS, 1999). His October 1998 essay, The U.S. Trillion Dollar Debt to Foreign Central Banks, won second prize in the Jacques de Larosiere International Essay Competition in Global Finance, sponsored by the Institute of International Finance. His op-eds have appeared in Miami Herald, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Washington Times. He also has appeared on a variety of television and radio shows including CNN News, Firing Line, Good Morning America, Jim Lehrer News Hour, and the Dianne Rehm Show.