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Four Ways to Achieve a Worker- Centric Trade Policy

Bryan Riley | National Taxpayers Union Foundation | 03/25/2021

Biden administration officials have pledged to pursue a “worker-centric” or “worker-centered” trade policy.[1] The following four policies would allow President Biden to achieve that goal. Eliminate taxes on imports used by…

The Disparate Treatment of Rights in Trade

Desiree LeClercq | Fordham Law Review, Forthcoming | 11/01/2020

Abstract Rights advocates are increasingly urging U.S. ...

Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms

Rachel F. Fefer | Congressional Research Service | 10/13/2020

The Limits of Trade Adjustment Assistance The TAAF program tar...

How Trade Policy Failed U.S. Workers —And How To Fix It

Sandra Polaski, Sarah Anderson, John Cavanagh, Kevin Gallagher, Manuel Pérez-Rocha, and Rebecca Ray | The Groundwork Collaborative, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, and Institute for Policy Studies | 09/16/2020

Overview of the Development in the International Trading Environment

Roberto Azevêdo | World Trade Organization | 10/18/2019

This WTO Trade Monitoring Report co...

Latin Americans: On Board with Trade

Mauricio Mesquita Moreira and Marisol Rodriguez Chatruc | Inter-American Development Bank | 10/03/2019

How do Latin Americans...

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