Henrik Horn, Professor of International Economics, joined the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), Stockholm University, in 1978. He became Doctor of Economics at Stockholm School of Economics in 1983, Associate Professor at the IIES in 1986, and was Full Professor at the IIES from 1994 until his resignation in 2007. He was Deputy Director at the IIES between 2000 and 2004. Henrik Horn is Senior Research Fellow at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) Stockholm; Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Bruegel, Brussels; Research Fellow in the International Trade and Industrial Organization Programmes of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, London; and Associate Editor of Journal of World Trade, and he serves on the Editorial Board of the World Trade Review. Horn's research mainly focuses on issues at the intersection of Economics and Law, and in particular economic and legal aspects of international integration agreements, such as the WTO and the EU, and competition and regulation issues. He also participates in Entwined, a long-term project on the relation between nationally and multilaterally defined environmental policies and the WTO Agreement. He has also done research in various other areas, including trade theory and trade policy, industrial organization, and labor economics. Horn has taught courses from introductory level to advanced graduate level at e.g Stockholm University, Stockholm School of Economics, the University of Michigan, Princeton University, the World Trade Institute (Bern), and the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva). He has served as a Judge in the Swedish supreme court for antitrust cases, and worked for 4 years in the Economic Research and Analysis Division of the WTO.