Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics

“In the new era of globalization every company is exposed to both risks and opportunities that come from abroad. The most successful enterprises systematically and regularly assess their global exposure and develop systems to manage cross-border flows of information within the company. Unfortunately, most firms are still reactive rather than proactive in managing international exposure.”

Andrew Bernard is Jack Byrne Professor of International Economics at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He has been on the faculty at Tuck since 1999.  He received his Ph.D from Stanford in economics in 1991 and was on the faculty at MIT and Yale prior to coming to Tuck.

Professor Bernard is an expert in international trade and investment and specializes in firm responses to globalization. In recent papers he has analyzed the effects of trade with low-cost countries such as China on firm strategy and performance and the relationship between exporting and productivity. His current research is on transfer pricing by U.S. exporters and the role of multinationals in international trade and production. A survey of his research can be found here.

Professor Bernard received a National Science Foundation grant to study firm responses to international trade. In addition to being published in top academic journals such as the American Economic Review and the Review of Economic Studies, his research has been featured on CNN, CNBC, Good Morning America, MSNBC, NPR's Morning Edition, the Marketplace Morning Report, the BBC, and in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, the Economist, Nikkei, Fortune, and Business Week.