Mr Mike Humphrey

Mr Mike Humphrey
 Position Senior Trade Advisor
 Org Unit Institute for International Trade
 Telephone +61 8 8313 6099
 Location Floor/Room 5 ,  Nexus 10 Tower ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Mike Humphrey is the Senior Trade Advisor at IIT. He has over 30 years working experience in the areas of regional integration policy and capacity building, regional and international trade negotiations and trade promotion. He has designed, evaluated or implemented programs in various countries for most of the major donors supporting trade issues including AusAID/DFAT, DANIDA, DfID, EU, GIZ, NORAD, SIDA and USAID. He ran the EU support program for the seven SADC countries negotiating an Economic Partnership Agreement with the EU for over 5 years, was a full-time trade advisor to the Government of Swaziland during 2009 and 2010, has been actively involved in supporting both the African Tripartite and the Continental Free Trade Area trade negotiations, and has provided capacity building support to the AU, COMESA, EAC, and SADC Secretariats. He has worked as an advisor to most governments in Eastern and Southern Africa, and with a number of private-sector organisations and their members. He also ran a series of workshops on the EU rules of origin for the private sector in six South Asian countries. Mike has been involved in the delivery of various topics in the Australian Awards Africa Short Course in Trade Policy and Negotiation which has been run by IIT since 2011, and he has taken a leading role in the delivery of this course as Course Director since 2015. He also teaches into IIT’s Master in International Trade and Development program. His research interests include: trade in goods, trade negotiations, rules of origin, special and differential treatment, trade promotion, building trade capacity in both the public and private sectors, sustainable development and trade, Multi-National Corporations and sustainability.

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Entry last updated: Tuesday, 27 Aug 2019

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