Laura Baughman, President of The Trade Partnership, provides a detailed analysis of the U.S. preference program and offers recommendations to EU policy makers as they consider how implementing the Treaty … Continue reading U.S. Trade Preference Programs: Lessons from Europe from the U.S. Struggle to Get It Right (2010)
The Trade Partnership examines the impact of international trade on the Portland/Vancouver area and Oregon. The report reveals the importance of trade in job creation and growth facilitation in the … Continue reading International Trade: A Driver of Output and Employment in Oregon and Portland/Vancouver (2010)
The Trade Partnership examined sector-specific export growth to China for each of the 435 U.S. congressional districts for the US-China Business Council‘s annual report.
This study by Trade Partnership Worldwide, LLC shows that trade supports 38 million net jobs in the United States – more than one in five U.S. jobs. The report shows … Continue reading Trade and American Jobs: The Impact of Trade on U.S. and State-Level Employment, An Update (2010)
Both the United States and Canada have experienced their shares of debates about the costs and benefits of trade, particularly when evaluating their bilateral trade relations. Despite numerous trade disputes, … Continue reading U.S.-Canada Trade and U.S. State-Level Production and Employment: 2008 (2010)
The Trade Partnership examined sector-specific export growth to China for each of the 435 U.S. congressional districts for the US-China Business Council’s annual report.
Trade Partnership Worldwide Directors Laura Baughman and Joseph Francois take a close look at the employment and other economic effects of trade with countries with which the United States has … Continue reading Opening Markets, Creating Jobs: Estimated U.S. Employment Effects of Trade with FTA Partners (2010)
This report details the history of the program, how it runs on a day-to-day basis, the major users of the program and the products that benefit from it the most. … Continue reading The U.S. Generalized System of Preferences Program: An Integral Part of the U.S. Economy (1997; updated in 2010)
This interactive map identifies thousands of companies currently trading with Korea – both exporters and importers – that would benefit from the reduced tariffs under the U.S.-Korea FTA. The map … Continue reading The U.S.-Korea FTA: Bringing Growth and Jobs to Every State (2010)