Frank D. Graham taught at Princeton from 1921 until 1949, and served as the second Walker Professor of Economics and International Finance from 1945 to 1949. Professor Graham published widely on international trade and international monetary issues. He is perhaps best known for his 1923 paper, “Some Aspects of Protection Further Considered.” Graham’s contributions to Princeton and to international economics are honored by the Frank D. Graham Memorial Lecture, which is delivered annually by an eminent international economist. The 2016-2017 Graham Lecture was delivered by Jaume Ventura, Senior Researcher at CREi. Robert W. Staiger, Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College is scheduled to present the next Graham Lecture in April of 2018.