This person is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.
He directed the Trade, Equity, and Development Project. Before joining the Carnegie Endowment, Audley was the trade policy coordinator at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). There, he was responsible for developing and presenting EPA’s positions on U.S. trade policy. He won a silver medal from the agency for his work on two documents: “Environmental Reviews of Trade Agreements,” an executive order, and “The White House Policy Paper on Trade and Environment.”
Before he served at the EPA, Audley was international affairs director of the National Wildlife Federation, where he worked for two years. He has taught on environment, public policy, and other subjects at Georgetown University, Purdue University, and the University of Maryland.
Education: M.A., American Graduate School of International Management; M.A., University of Arizona; Ph.D., University of Maryland
Selected Publications: "NAFTA's Promise and Reality: Lessons from Mexico for the Hemisphere," with Sandra Polaski, Demetrios G. Papademetriou, and Scott Vaughan, Carnegie Endowment Report (2003); "Decoding Cancun: Hard Decisions for a Development Round," with George Perkovisch, Sandra Polaski, and Scott Vaughan, Carnegie Policy Brief No. 26 (2003); "Strengthening Linkages Between U.S. Trade Policy and Environmental Capacity Building," with Vanessa Ulmer, Carnegie Working Paper No. 40 (2003); "Environment's New Role in U.S. Trade Policy," Trade, Equity, and Development Policy Brief No. 3 (2002)