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


How economic ideas led to Taiwan’s shift to export promotion in the 1950s

Douglas A. Irwin | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 08/15/2021

Taiwan was the first developing country to adopt an export-oriented trade strategy after World War II. The factors usually associated with big shifts in policy—a macroeconomic crisis, a change in…

Service Offshoring and Export Experience

Giuseppe Berlingieri, Luca Marcolin, Emanuel Ornelas | Centre for Economic Policy Research | 06/06/2021

Service inputs ar...

Revolutionary Iran’s Africa Policy

Banafsheh Keynoush | King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies | 06/01/2021

Iran has built piecemeal influence in A...

Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade

Hui Jiang, Dylan Russell, Adam Gerval | United States Department of Agriculture | 05/28/2021

U.S. agricultural exports in fisc...

Executive Incentives, Import Restrictions, and Competition

Brian Blank | Mercatus Center | 05/27/2021

To better understand the political economy of trade policy, ...


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