America’s Trade Policy’s Research Library provides curated content on the most important trade issues being addressed by policy makers around the world.


Korea Steel Deal Means More US Steel Barriers Lie Ahead

Jeffrey J. Schott and Zhiyao (Lucy) Lu | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 03/28/2018

The Trump administration’s plan to curb steel imports reached another significant turning point in late March with South Korea’s reported agreement to reduce steel exports to the United States. In…

China hits the United States with tariffs on $3 billion of exports

Daniel Shane | 03/28/2018

Donald Trump has argued that trade wars are easily won by the country...

The Dark Matter of Trade

Ricardo Hausmann | 03/28/2018

CAMBRIDGE –Donald Trump has argued that trade wars are easily won by the country with the deficit, because ...

The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: Easing the pain from trade?

Grégory Claeys and André Sapir | 03/22/2018

Introduction Conventional wisdom in economi...

The Dispute Settlement Crisis in the World Trade Organization: Causes and Cures

Tetyana Payosova, Gary Clyde Hufbauer and Jeffrey J. Schott | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 03/15/2018

This Threat of a Trade War Is the Opposite of “Drain the Swamp”

Simon Lester | 03/02/2018

On Thursday, President Trump made a trade policy announcement, of so...


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