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


Medical Devices and the Limits of UK Regulatory Autonomy

Sam Lowe | Centre for European Reform | 08/05/2021

In his negotiations with the EU, Boris Johnson prioritised the UK’s ability to set its own rules and regulations (at least in respect of Great Britain). Yet more than five…

Global Economic Effects of COVID-19

James K. Jackson, Martin A. Weiss, Andres B. Schwarzenberg, Rebecca M. Nelson, Karen M. Sutter, and Michael D. Sutherland | Congressional Research Service | 06/15/2021

Advancing Human Rights Through Trade

Jennifer Zerk and Rosie Beacock | Chatham House | 05/26/2021

Political shifts, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the s...

What Caused the Resurgence in FDI Screening?

Simon J. Evenett | SUERF | 05/22/2021

Since 2019 at least 30 governments have introduced or strengthened policies tha...

How Much Vaccine Will Be Produced This Year?

Simon J. Evenett and Matt Linley | Global Trade Alert | 05/20/2021

Currently there is a shortage of COVID-19 vaccines...

The Evolving Gender Gap in Labor Force Participation During COVID-19

Simeon Djankov | Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg | Eva (Yiwen) Zhang | PIEE | Marie Hyland | World Bank | 04/30/2021


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