U.S. TRADE DEFICIT REVIEW
COMMISSIONED RESEARCH PAPERS
The research papers in this Section were prepared at the request of the Commission to support its deliberations. Posting the research papers to the website is intended to promote greater public understanding of the issues addressed by the Commission. However it does not necessarily imply an endorsement by the Commission or any individual Commissioner of views expressed in the research papers.
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- Impact of U.S.-China Trade Relations on Workers, Wages, and
By Project Director Dr. Kate Bronfenbrenner, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University -- June 2001
- Macroeconomic Consequences and Implications of the U.S. Trade and Current Account Deficits
By Allen Sinai, Ph.D., Chief Global Economist, Decision Economics, Inc. -- December 2000
- The U.S. Current Account: A Sectoral Assessment of Performance and Prospects
By Allen J. Lenz, Ph.D. -- October 2000
- The U.S. Trade Deficit: A View from Europe
By Dr. Karl H. Pitz, Center Agenda Consulting, Frankfurt, Germany and Washington, DC -- October 2000
- The New World of Government-Supported International Finance
By Allan I. Mendelowitz, Ph.D., Executive Director, U.S. Trade Deficit Review Commission -- September 2000
- U.S. Trade Policymakers: Organizational Options
By I.M. (Mac) Destler, Ph.D., School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland and Institute for International Economics -- June 2000
- Globalization and the Labor Market
By David G. Blanchflower, Ph.D., Department of Economics, Dartmouth College and NBER -- September 2000
- Trade and Inequality: A Review of the Literature
By Edward N. Wolff, Ph.D., New York University -- May 2000
- Uneasy Terrain: The Impact of Capital Mobility on Workers, Wages, and Union Organizing
By Kate Bronfenbrenner, Ph.D., Director of Labor Education Research at the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations of Cornell University -- September 2000.
- Japan: A Continuing Dilemma for Open Trade Ideals
By Edward J. Lincoln, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution -- June 2000
- US-China Trade: Smooth Sailing or Choppy Waters?
By Greg Mastel, Ph.D., Director of the Global Economic Policy Project at the New America Foundation -- May 2000