Mitchell Ginsburg is an associate principal in CRA’s Antitrust & Competition Practice. He is a PhD economist with more than 20 years of experience in the trade policy arena. Dr. Ginsburg has provided testimony before the World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement panels.
Prior to his role at CRA, Dr. Ginsburg held several economic advisor positions at the US International Trade Commission. In this role, he provided advice to commissioners regarding injury determinations in antidumping and countervailing investigations. Additionally, he spent 12 years at the Office of the United States Trade Representative participating in the section 301 process and providing economic analysis to support trade negotiations, safeguards remedy analysis, and dispute resolution at the WTO. He is a board member at the International Trade and Finance Association and has moderated conference sessions on trade issues at their annual conference. He co-moderated the 2017 United States International Trade Commission’s trade and labor roundtable and also serves on the editorial board for the Global Economic Journal.
PhD, Economics, American University
MS, Urban Systems and Policy Planning, Northwestern University
BA, International Studies/Economics, Johns Hopkins University