Trade and Globalization

Trade Agreements or Boosting Wages? We Can’t Do Both

The President Set a Goal of Doubling Exports by 2014—Why Haven’t We?

New Trade Agreements will Take Center Stage in 2015. So Will Bad Arguments Made on their Behalf.

Growing Trans-Pacific Trade Deficits Set the Stage for Growing Trade-Related Job Displacement

Information Technology Agreement is Another Job Killer

Jack Lew Sees No Evil: Treasury Fails To Name China as a Currency Manipulator for the 12th Time

The Obama Administration Moves to Protect U.S. Steel Industry from Unfair Trade Practices

A Step in the Right Direction: OMB Will Not Implement Plan to Include “Factoryless Goods Producers” In Manufacturing

The Neoliberal Mind at Work: Brad DeLong’s Muddled Defense of NAFTA

Brad Delong’s Case for NAFTA: Based on Assumptions, Not on Data

OMB Should Withdraw Proposed Revisions to U.S. Manufacturing and Trade Statistics

Commerce Slaps Tariffs on Steel Imports

Statistics that Spin: Foreign Goods to Be Considered U.S. Goods?

Not a Chimera: Global Economic Trends Tend to Have Global Economic Causes

Maybe China’s Currency Isn’t Undervalued—Really?

More Than Half a Million Jobs Are at Risk Due to Unfair Trade in the U.S. Steel Industry

U.S.-Korea Trade Deal Resulted in Growing Trade Deficits and Nearly 60,000 Lost Jobs

Currency Manipulation: The Real Story vs. House of Cards

Ending Currency Manipulation—Just Follow the Money

Ending Currency Manipulation Would Substantially Erase State Jobs Deficits

Who Wins From Trade?

What to Look for in the State of the Union

Fast Track Legislation: Dead On Arrival?

NAFTA, Twenty Years After: A Disaster

Another Apple Supplier in China Admits Gross Violations of Worker Rights

NAFTA’s Impact on U.S. Workers

House Signals Opposition to Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership

Transatlantic Free Trade Agreement: Job Claims Are Pure Baloney

We Can Do Something to Spur a More Rapid Recovery—Combat Foreign Currency Manipulation

New York Times Op-ed Blames the Victims of Detroit’s Decline