International Trade

Why the United States Still Needs Foreign-Born Workers, July 25, 2023

China’s Regulatory Crackdowns and U.S.-China Trade and Investment Relations, February 10, 2022

Japanese Industrial Policy: An Economic Assessment, November 10, 2021

Industrial Policy and U.S. Innovation, March 29, 2021

Rethinking China Trade Policy: Lessons Learned and Options Ahead, January 26, 2021

Trump Administration Trade Policies, October 29, 2020

Section 232 and Reform of U.S. Trade Law, September 9, 2020

The Cost of Trade-Related Aid to American Farmers, January 21, 2020

An Analysis of Tariff Costs and Regulatory Savings Under Trump Administration Policies, September 2019

U.S.-South Korea Trade, August 2018

NAFTA TN and E Visas, April 4, 2018

The Trump Tariffs: A Bad Deal for Americans, May 2016

Trade Promotion Authority: Facts and Issues, May 2015

Fee Increase on H-1B Visas Likely Violates U.S. Commitments Under GATS, January 2011

Proposed Changes to Skilled Worker Visa Laws Likely to Violate Major U.S. Trade Commitments, June 2010

Common Sense, Common Interests: Combining Work Permits and Bilateral Agreements, May 2009

Anti-Outsourcing Efforts Down But Not Out, April 2007

CFIUS and Foreign Investment, January 2007

Foreign Investment, June 2006

Privacy Concerns and Global Sourcing, March 2006

Proposed Restrictions on Global Sourcing Continue at High Levels in 2005, April 2005

Exporting the Law: A Legal Analysis of State and Federal Outsourcing Legislation, April 2004

The Unintended Consequences of a 90-day Notification of Offshore Outsourcing, March 2004

Understanding the Dodd Amendment, March 2004

Creeping Protectionism: An Analysis of State and Federal Global Sourcing Legislation, December 2003

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