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


Supply Chains and Value Chains, Explained

Joshua Kendall, Gabe Horwitz & Zach Moller | Third Way | 08/03/2023

Over the years, the United States has at times pursued targeted policies to promote self-sufficiency and limited trade (also known as autarky in its extreme). For example, the CHIPS Act…

America’s EV Transition Needs to Tackle Supply Chain Issues

Walid Al-Hajj | Fast Company Executive Board | 07/11/2023

The scale of opportunity for North America...

The Death of Globalisation? You Won’t Find it in New Orleans.

Jeanna Smialek, Ana Swanson | The New York Times | 01/21/2023

NEW ORLEANS — The pandemic-era c...

A Generational Shift in Sourcing Strategy

Alex Hadwick | Reuters Events & Maersk | 11/23/2022

There are only so many times you can shake the foundation of a struc...

Securing Semiconductor Supply Chains: An Affirmative Agenda for International Cooperation

William A. Reinsch, Emily Benson, and Aidan Arasasingham | Center For Strategic And International Studies | 08/02/2022

Six ways to improve global supply chains

Darrell M. West | Brookings Institution | 07/12/2022

It used to be a simple matter to outsource production to other count...


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