Dr. Todd N. Tucker is a researcher, writer, and doer on industrial policy, trade, international political economy, and governance of the above.
He is Director of Industrial Policy and Trade at the Roosevelt Institute and author of Judge Knot: Politics and Development in International Investment Law (Anthem Press, 2018). He also lectures on political economy at Johns Hopkins University.
Previously, he was a Gates Scholar at the University of Cambridge and spent a decade as a researcher and advisor on trade and investment policy to governments, media outlets, foundations, and civil society organizations.
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I have this blog, holkapolka.com and I would love if you could link to it from yours.
Andreas K H
Reaching out as Host of the Millennial Politics Podcast to see if you’d be interested in talking court-packing. Please reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org if it’s a yes!
Dear Dr. Tucker,
My name is Ken Griffin; I’m a CareGiver by trade. Jeff Finn (the head of real estate for MetLife Western United States was my friend and mentor for 25 years. He passed away about three years ago from brain cancer far too young at age 50. He had parts made of titanium, similar to the implants in my spine, to combat arthritis.
He had a (possible) solution to the steel situation in your recent article.
If you are interested in some background information, please email me at Kgriff302@att.net.