Vice President, Asian Paper
Beth began her career at RISI in 1995, as an economist analyzing Asian paper and board markets. Her work was instrumental in helping to develop and expand RISI's analysis of these markets, building RISI's extensive databases, developing RISI's price series, and forecasting for the Asian region. In 2006 she helped to open RISI's Shanghai office. She currently is responsible for the Asian Paper Packaging forecasts and reports and the newsprint sections of the Asian Graphic paper forecasts and reports. Beth holds a Masters in Public Affairs (focusing on Economics and Public Policy) from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, USA and a B.A. in Economics and Computer Science from Dartmouth College, USA.