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GEZA FEKETEKUTY
EMPLOYMENT

Geza Feketekuty
Curriculum Vitae

Address: 12303 Eustace Drive, Bumpass, VA 23024
Phone: (540) 895 5942
Email: gezaf@aol.com


INSTITUTE FOR TRADE AND COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY 1988-

President

The Institute for Trade & Commercial Diplomacy, Inc. is a non-profit organization devoted to the development of graduate teaching materials on Commercial Diplomacy, and the advancement of graduate education programs in Commercial Diplomacy.  It is funded by grants, and its materials are available to the public.

PERSONAL CONSULTING PRACTICE

Consults on trade policy and negotiating issues and teaches short training courses on trade policy making and negotiation for government departments, international organizations, non-profit organizations.

OVERSEAS PRIVATE INVESTMENT CORPORATION    2000-2009

Senior Advisor to the President and CEO

  • Advised President and CEO on organizational, strategic policy, budget and policy implementation  issues.

MONTEREY INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES    1995 - 2008

Distinguished Professor of Commercial Diplomacy  1998 - 2008
Director, Center for Trade and Commercial Diplomacy  1995-1998

    Responsibilities

  • Managed research program in International Trade
  • Managed new Master Degree program in Commercial Diplomacy
  • Oversaw trade related consulting activities
  • Taught graduate courses in trade policy and negotiation
  • Participated in research and consulting activities of the Center

    Accomplishments

  • Developed innovative, new graduate degree program in Commercial Diplomacy
  • Developed new public policy research and business consulting program in trade field
  • Published numerous articles on cutting edge trade policy issues
  • Helped Ukrainian government develop training program for trade officials, and helped Trade Department of the government of Sri Lanka in adapting its policies and organization to a more market-oriented environment.

OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE     1974 - 1995

Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Trade Representative 1990 - Present
Counselor to the U.S. Trade Representative  1985 - 1990
Senior Assistant U.S. Trade Representative  1982 - 1985
Assistant U.S. Trade Representative  1978 - 1982
Director for Trade Analysis and Policy Planning  1974 - 1978

     Responsibilities

  • Advised U.S. Trade Representative on trade policy issues (1974-1995)
  • Developed U.S. trade policy objectives and strategies (1974-1989)
  • Chaired the OECDTrade Committee (1991-1995)
  • Represented the United States in the OECD Trade Committee (1974-1991)
  • Managed economic research and policy analysis staff (1974-1985)
  • Negotiated agreements on trade in services (1981-1985)
  • Informed public on trade policy issues through speeches and articles
  • Supervised development of computer unit and database (1974-1981)

    Key Accomplishments

  • Developed concepts that guided U.S. trade policy from 1974 to 1995
  • Developed framework for international rules on trade on services
  • Developed agenda for Uruguay Round of Trade Negotiations
  • Developed work program of new trade issues for post-Uruguay Round period
  • Coordinated U.S. negotiating strategy for Tokyo Round of trade talks

    Awards

  • Presidential Meritorious Rank Award(1981)

INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION    1990-1992     

    Scholar-in-Residence

    Responsibilities

  • Commente on proposals and drafts of industry studies
  • Identified new research topics
  • Carried out research on trade policy issues

 
COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS    
1972 - 1974

     Senior Staff Economist for International Trade and Finance

    Responsibilities

  • Carried out economic analysis of international trade and monetary issues
  • Prepared memos for the President on international economic issues
  • Drafted international chapter of annual Economic Report of the President
  • Represented CEA in interagency coordination if international economic policies


OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET    1968 - 1972

     Budget Examiner, International Economist

    Responsibilities

  • Reviewed budget requests and programs of AID, OPIC, ITC and USTR
  • Analyzed international trade and monetary issues
  • Represented OMB in interagency coordination of international economic policies

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY    1980 - 1983

     Professorial Lecturer

  • Taught course on international trade

CORNELL UNIVERSITY  1967 - 1968

     Visiting Professor

  • Taught courses on international economics and macro economics

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY   1965 - 1967

     Instructor

  • Taught courses on accounting, corporate finance, development economics, and international economics

BOOK OF THE MONTH CLUB,  1959 - 1965

     Consultant                                        1962 - 1965
      Statistical Analyst
                              1960 - 1962
      Data Processing Machine Operator      1959 -  196

           

Geza Feketekuty Education continued

 

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