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


The Global Trading System: What Went Wrong and How to Fix It

Edward Alden | Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations | 05/13/2019

Article Published on Council on Foreign Relations Introduction It has now been more than a quarter century since the United States, the European Union (EU), Japan and more than 100…

Mexicans, Americans Share Positive Views of USMCA Trade Agreement

Craig Kafura, Jorge Buendía, and Esteban Guzmán Saucedo | The Chicago Council on Global Affairs | 05/06/2019

The Effects of Trade Policy Might be More Diverse than Most Economists Think

Peter Egger and Katharina Erhardt | VoxEU | 05/03/2019

When economists model changes ...

Making Sanctions Bite: The EU–Russian Sanctions of 2014

Matěj Bělín and Jan Hanousek | VoxEU | 04/29/2019

The annexation of the Crimean peninsula by the Russ...

Geography, Competition, and Optimal Multilateral Trade Policy

Antonella Nocco, Gianmarco Ottaviano & Matteo Salto | VoxEU | 04/28/2019

Multilateralism in trade is...

The Consequences of a Permanent Customs Union

Shanker Singham | Institute of Economic Affairs | 04/25/2019

A customs union with the EU would come with significant...

The Global Macroeconomics of a Trade War: Findings from the EAGLE model

Wilko Bolt, Kostas Mavromatis, and Sweder Van Wijnbergen | VoxEU | 04/25/2019

Increasing p...


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