Robert T. Kudrle, professor, also is an adjunct faculty member with the University of Minnesota Law School. He studies industrial organization, public policy toward business, and international economic policy. Much of his recent research has examined economic relations among industrial countries. He has served as a consultant and expert witness for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and as a consultant to the Internal Revenue Service, Canadian Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, U.N. Center on Transnational Corporations, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Agency for International Development, and Urban Institute. Kudrle has been vice president of the International Studies Association.
Kudrle is past co-editor of International Studies Quarterly and subsequently served on its editorial board. He has also served on the editorial boards of International Interactions, the International Political Economy Yearbook, International Intensives, and the Minnesota Journal of International Law.
A Rhodes Scholar, Kudrle holds a doctorate in economics from Harvard University and master of philosophy degree in economics from Oxford University.
In The Media
Bob Kudrle of the Freeman Center for International Economic Policy discusses how the debate over international trade could affect Minnesota's economy.
Bob Kudrle of the Freeman Center for International Economic Policy at the Humphrey School said he thinks presidential politics threatens relationships between Minnesota and its major foreign trading partners.