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


Trade, The Poor, and “America is Back”: A Friendly Critique of Congress’ GSP Renewal Bills, with Some Ideas on Improving Them

Ed Gresser | Progressive Policy Institute | 01/19/2022

Should the United States help the poor abroad?  If so, how much?  Should we ask something of their governments in exchange?  And what if we ask something the governments can’t…

The Economic Impacts of Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Agriculture

U.S. Department of Agriculture | 01/11/2022

In 2018, the United States imposed Section 232 tariffs...

Why America Needs a National Competitiveness Council

Robert D. Atkinson | Information Technology & Innovation Foundation | 12/13/2021

The issue of faltering U.S. ...

America and International Trade Cooperation

Chad P. Bown | Aspen Economic Strategy Group | 12/01/2021

As of late 2021, the path of U.S. trade policy remained unce...

Pacific Overtures – Biden Trade Policy

Alan Wm. Wolff | The Peterson Institute for International Economics | 12/01/2021

Chronic underinvestment in the multilate...

Assessing the State of Digital Skills in the U.S. Economy

Stephen Ezell | Information Technology & Innovation Foundation | 11/29/2021

An increasingly digitalized ...


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