As tensions surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership continue to rise, EPI has published a series of reports, blog posts, and economic snapshots emphasizing that such agreements are unlikely to be a good deal for the majority of American workers, especially if they fail to include a provision to stop currency manipulation. Below is a list of these resources from EPI Research and Policy Director Josh Bivens and EPI Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Research Robert E. Scott.
Reports by Josh Bivens
Reports by Robert Scott
- White House Wrong on Fast Track: Massive Trade Deals Cost Jobs, Depress Wages
- No Jobs from Trade Pacts: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Be Much Worse than the Over-Hyped Korea Deal
- Stop Currency Manipulation and Create Millions of Jobs
- Currency Manipulation and the 896,600 U.S. Jobs Lost Due to the U.S.-Japan Trade Deficit
- Reducing U.S. Trade Deficits Will Generate a Manufacturing-Based Recovery for the United States and Ohio
Blog posts by Robert Scott
- Fast Track to Lost Jobs and Lower Wages
- New Data Add Fuel to Arguments Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership
- Growing Trans-Pacific Trade Deficits Set the Stage for Growing Trade-Related Job Displacement
- Ending Currency Manipulation—Just Follow the Money
Blog posts by Josh Bivens
- TPP and Provisions to Stop Currency Management: Not That Hard
- Trade Agreements or Boosting Wages? We Can’t Do Both
- New Trade Agreements Will Take Center Stage in 2015. So Will Bad Arguments Made on Their Behalf.
- Rising Trade Deficits with japan Illustrate Problem with Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership
- Fast Track to Lost Jobs: Free Trade Agreements are Bad Deals for Working Americans
Rob and Josh are both available for interviews.