Robert Wolfe is Professor in the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario where he is director of the Master of Public Administration teaching program.
Dr. Wolfe was a foreign service officer for many years, serving abroad in Bangladesh and in the Canadian Delegation to the OECD in Paris. Since joining Queen's in 1995, he has published widely on Canadian trade policy and on the World Trade Organization. His most recent publications are 'Decision-Making and Transparency in the "Medieval" WTO,' in the Journal of International Economic Law; 'See You in Geneva? Legal (Mis)Representations of the Trading System,' in the European Journal of International Relations; 'Canada's Adventures in Clubland: Trade Clubs and Political Influence,' in Canada Among Nations 2007: What Room for Manoeuvre?; and, a book edited with Mark Halle, Process Matters: Sustainable Development and Domestic Trade Transparency.