Trade and Globalization

Morals, money and book promotion

Exports and growth: Running harder and falling behind

China responsible for bulk of the U.S. trade deficit in non-oil manufactured goods

Auto industry roars back, everyone cheers (except anti-government conservatives)

A cheaper dollar is not enough

Romer argues against ‘special treatment’ for U.S. manufacturing (gasp, somebody smart is wrong on the Internet!)

State of the Union: Manufacturing a Better Future

Apple execs (like everyone else) overlook global exchange rates

Trade and jobs – why make it so hard?

Cleaner, safer air (and some jobs) coming soon: Final “air-toxics rule” still likely to be life-saver, not job-killer

Eurozone crisis: Dogs and cats living together! Mass hysteria!

The timing is right for construction-related environmental jobs

As the manufacturing sector goes, so goes America?

Return to profitability, new UAW contract reflect the benefits of auto industry’s restructuring

How not to make globalization work for America’s workers: A tale of two trade deals

Snapshot: Will outcome of new trade agreements be any better than NAFTA?

Cato on China trade: Looking glass economics

Could currency legislation lead to a trade war? Think again

China’s People’s Bank: The lady doth protest too much

China’s currency manipulation reached record level in June 2011

Millions of jobs left on the table