Andrei Roudoi, Ph.D.

Senior Manager, Maritime & Trade, IHS Markit

Dr. Andrei Roudoi is senior manager of the World Trade Service and leads global forecasting for Maritime & Trade at IHS Markit.
Dr. Roudoi has 25 years of experience in modeling, analysis, forecasting and project management related to international trade, macroeconomics, fiscal policy, finance, investment and country comparison. He manages the World Trade Service (WTS), the firm's flagship international trade forecasting product. He develops short-term and long-term forecasts for the United States as a whole, US coastal areas and individual US ports. He is developing forecasts for over 100 US ports as an enhancement to WTS. Working closely with Dr. Lawrence R. Klein, Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics, Dr. Roudoi has developed econometric analytical and forecasting models of key macroeconomic variables for Russia, Armenia, Romania, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Brazil and other countries. He has also managed projects funded by international organizations and government agencies, such as the World Bank, USAID and the European Commission. He holds a doctorate in Economics from the Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, US.
  • Maritime
  • Commodity trading
  • Economic forecasts and analysis
  • Seaborne trade
  • Trade Data

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