Nina Pavcnik is Professor of Economics and Niehaus Family Professor in International Studies at Dartmouth College. She is a senior development trade economist; her research interests are at the intersection of international trade, development, and industrial organization, examining how households, workers, and firms respond to globalization. Her research projects investigate the consequences of large-scale trade policy reforms for economic growth and inequality. A native of Slovenia, she received a BA in Economics from Yale and a PhD in Economics from Princeton. She has been an NBER Research Associate since 2005 and a CEPR Research Fellow since 2012. She has published widely in the top five journals in economics. She has acted as an advisor/consultant for the World Bank, the WTO, the IADB, the US Department of Labor and the IFPRI.