Jane Korinek is an Economist and Trade Policy Analyst in the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)’s Trade and Agriculture Directorate. She specializes in responding to needs of policy makers in the areas of trade and economic development policy. Her recent policy research has been in the areas of benefits of good regulation in the extractive industries, export restrictions on raw materials, impacts of regional trade agreements, trade effects of exchange rates, trade costs and short-term trade finance. Former positions include Global Relations Advisor, OECD. Ms. Korinek holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Duke University and graduate degree in International Economics from Stanford University. She has authored several publications related to Trade in Raw Materials.