Mr. Pope is an Associate for Capital Trade, Incorporated. In this capacity he provides support to other Capital Trade personnel in researching and preparing for antidumping, countervailing duty, intellectual property rights, and other trade and international economics cases. Specifically this involves: conducting market research; data input and analysis; economic modeling; preparation of graphs and charts; international trade and economic policy research; and assisting in the drafting of official reports.
Mr. Pope’s graduate research focused on analysis of the North Korean economy using satellite night-light data. His research was published by The Guardian, NK News, and the Peterson Institute for International Economics website. Prior to joining Capital Trade, Mr. Pope spent five years teaching English in Seoul, South Korea
M.A. in Pacific International Affairs from the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California San Diego (2014)
B.A. in History from James Madison University (2005)