Director, Global Economic Attitudes
Pew Research Center
Bruce Stokes is the Director of Global Economics Attitudes at the Pew Research Center. He is also a non-resident fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and an associate fellow at Chatham House. He is a former senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he is a member. And for 23 years he was the international economics columnist for the National Journal, a Washington-based public policy magazine. He is the author Pew’s recent surveys: European Unity on the Rocks; Pervasive Gloom About the World Economy, Deepening Economic Doubts in India and The New Sick Man of Europe: the European Union. And, in 2012, he co-authored A New Era for Transatlantic Trade Leadership (European Centre for International Political Economy, Brussels) and The Case for Renewing Transatlantic Capitalism (demosEuropa, Warsaw). He is coauthor of the book America Against the World: How We Are Different and Why We Are Disliked (Times Books, 2006), author of the 2009 GMF Transatlantic Trends Survey and one of the creators of the Pew Global Attitudes Survey. In 1997, he was a member of President Clinton's Commission on United States-Pacific Trade and Investment Policy and he wrote its final report Building American Prosperity in the 21st Century. In 1996 he edited Open For Business: Creating a Transatlantic Marketplace (Council on Foreign Relations). In 2006, Mr. Stokes was honoured by the Coalition of Service Industries for his reporting on services issues. In 2004, he was chosen by International Economy magazine as one of the most influential China watchers in the American press. In 1995, he was picked by Washingtonian Magazine as one of the "Best on Business" reporters in Washington. In 1989, Stokes won the John Hancock award for excellence in business and economics reporting.