International Trade: The Evolution of Regulation, Competition, and Innovation
Over the past decade both the level and structure of international trade have dramatically evolved. Parallel to this, the ideal structure of trade agreements also will need to evolve. For example, trade in services, a comparative advantage for the United States, is often stifled by local regulatory barriers.
Our work brings increased focus on key elements of international trade that may otherwise not receive full attention. Our Georgetown on the Hill series has featured numerous specific trade discussions.
The WTO: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Prospects for ProgressFebruary 27, 2018NAFTA - Can It Be Saved? A Policy ForumNovember 8, 2017
CBPP hosts forum on NAFTA renegotiation statusNovember 8, 2017Carol Corrado's publication wins Indigo Prize for designing a new indicator to measure GDPOctober 26, 2017