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JILL O'DONNEL, Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance Director at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, holds extensive experience in the international trade and finance roles.O’Donnell’s experience as a consultant to the NATO Communications and Information Agency is key to her success with the faculties of the colleges of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Business and Law to create Yeutter Institute programs and curriculum. She has lectured on trends in international trade for corporate audiences and educators, taught courses in political science and U.S. Foreign policy at the University of Nebraska – Omaha and examined economic and policy themes related to South Korea as a consulting researcher and author for the Council on Foreign Relations.O’Donnell began her international policy career in Washington, D.C., serving on the legislative staff of U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel.She earned her Master of Arts in international relations and international economics from Johns Hopkins University and her undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.The Clayton Yeutter Institute will prepare students to understand, participate in and shape global trade and finance in an increasingly interconnected world.

International Trade: A Walk Through the Current Landscape

Date: Nov 15, 2018
Presented By: Jill O'Donnell, Director Clayton Yeutter Institute of International Trade and Finance, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jill will cover an overview of developments in U.S. trade policy that have occurred this year, including:
  • The mechanisms through which trade policy is made and their historical context
  • Recently imposed tariffs
  • Retaliatory actions by U.S. trading partners
  • The status of current trade agreement negotiations
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