M.A., International Development Economics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
B.A., Political Science and German, Tufts University
Lynn Salinger is an expert in multiple facets of development economies—trade, labor and workforce development, and agriculture and food policy. She has been helping governments, associations, firms, and individuals in middle- and low-income countries acquire the skills necessary to benefit from globalization for more than 30 years. Since the early 1980s Ms. Salinger has analyzed the comparative advantages of agrifood value chains in West Africa, North Africa, and elsewhere. Over the past several years, she has
Ms. Salinger is also an adjunct lecturer in international food and agricultural trade at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University.
Labor markets, trade analysis, agriculture
Agriculture, agribusiness, textiles and apparel, labor markets
Bringing HOPE to Haiti’s Apparel Industry: Improving Competitiveness Through Factory-level Value-Chain Analysis. Nathan Associates Inc. November 2009. With Don Feeney and Jane O’Dell.
Developing Country Labor Market Adjustments to Trade Reform: An Overview and Resource Guide. Nathan Associates. June 2006. Presented to the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium, Washington, DC, January 9, 2008. With Bruce Bolnick, Erin Endean, and Matthew Reisman.
Assessment of Morocco’s Technical Assistance Needs in Negotiating and Implementing a Free Trade Agreement with the United States. Nathan Associates. January 2003.With Bryan Samuel, Samy Nadifi, and Saâd Belghazi.
English, French, German