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, the two countries’ economies are becoming increasingly integrated.
Trade Partnership Worldwide Directors Laura Baughman and Joseph Francois examine how exports to, and imports from, Canada benefit the economies and jobs across the 50 US states. The study was prepared for the Government of Canada. This study updates previous papers estimating US employment related to trade with Canada. Click here for a copy of the original and click here for a copy of the 2006 update.