Javier López-González is a Senior Economist at the Trade and Agriculture Directorate of the OECD. His recent work focuses on issues related to trade in the digital era: developing frameworks for the analysis and measurement of digital trade, including in the context of exploring what market openness means in the 21st century; investigating regulatory approaches to cross-border data flows; and identifying potential economic costs and benefits of digital trade. He has previously worked on the drivers and implications of participation in global value chains. Javier holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Sussex.
Contributions by Javier López-González
How privacy pros can help the OECD’s cross-border efforts
The Privacy Advisor