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


Rethinking International Rules on Subsidies

Jennifer A. Hillman & Inu Manak | Council on Foreign Relations | 09/08/2023

The World Trade Organization needs an updated toolbox in the face of rising industrial policies across the globe. “The United States should lead the effort to reshape the global rules…

Supply Chain Resilience Policy: Theory, Practice, and Action

Sam Mulopulos | Ian Axford Fellowships in Public Policy | 08/31/2023

Recent shocks like the COVID-19...

In U.S.-China Trade War, Bystander Countries Increase Exports

Michael Totty | UCLA Anderson Review | 08/23/2023

Higher demand from U.S. and China means expanding ...

A Worker-Centered Trade Policy

Desiree LeClercq | Social Science Research Network | 08/12/2023

What is a “worker-centered” trade policy? The Biden administration ...

Trade Data Points to Deflation in China

John W. Miller | Trade Data Monitor | 08/10/2023

For yet another month, China’s merchandise trade exports declined, fallin...

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 pursu...


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