ARTNeT Advisor: Trade Facilitation
Ms. Evdokia Moise is senior trade policy analyst in the Trade Liberalization and Regulatory Issues Division of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Trade and Agriculture Directorate in Paris. She is responsible for the OECD work in the area of trade facilitation and for regulatory issues affecting market openness and trade. She has joined the OECD in 1990 and has worked on a variety of international trade policy issues in support of WTO discussions and negotiations, including trade and environment, intellectual property protection, regional trade agreements, or technical barriers to trade. Before joining the OECD she worked in a private law firm in Athens. She holds a Masters of Law Degree from the University of Athens and a DEA of International Law from Paris II University.
In the context of her work on trade facilitation she has identified and analyzed good governance practices adopted by OECD and non-OECD countries in implementing trade facilitation and conducted an assessment of costs and challenges incurred by developing countries in implementing trade facilitation measures under negotiation. She has organized a number of OECD policy-dialogue-type conferences on trade facilitation and participated in WTO technical assistance workshops in developing countries.