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Events & Activities

Stephen Olson at Chinese Development Institute Conference


 Clyde Prestowitz giving presentation to CDI...


Steve Olson teaching trade negotiations at the Mekong Institute...


Stephen Olson to speak at upcoming workshop organized by the International Institute for Trade and Development on 

"Economics of GMS Agricultural trade in goods and services towards the world market"

Chiangmai, Thailand Sep 8-12.


ESI Publications Catalog R - Z

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Publication Date


Reconciling Trade and the Environment in the World Trade Organization


Peter Morici

Read My Stats: Bogus Numbers Threaten the Uruguay Round

Reforming the Accounting Rate Regime: An Analysis of the Economic Benefits of Reform and Danger of Delay


Erik Olbeter

Regulation, Investment and Innovation


Larry F. Darby

Requiem for a Democrat

The Rise of the Chinese Economy: The Middle Kingdom Emerges

The Road to Shangra-La: Is Technology Creating a New Economy?


Stephen Case

Sanctions and Export Controls in a Global Economy

Scorecard on U.S. Airline Deregulation

Section 301: A Catalyst for Free Trade

Shared Investment, Shared Return



Short-Circuited: Dumping and America's Consumer Electronics Industry


Should Our Government Control Encryption Technology?


ESI conference transcript

Shrinking the Atlantic: Europe and the American Economy


Gaster and Prestowitz

Sloan/ESI Lectures on American Competitiveness, The

The Strategic Economic Importance of the Internet: A Framework for Policy Analysis

Strengthening Trade Adjustment Assistance


Samuel, Chimerine,Fooks

Sub-Saharan African and the U.S. Textile Industry

Technology and Democracy


Jonathan B. Sallet

Technology Exchange – A guide to a successful cooperative research and development partnership

Telephone Rates in the New Economy

Technology, Jobs and America's Future

Through a No-Nonsense Looking Glass


Amo Houghton

Titanic Japan: The Iceberg Hits But the Dancing Goes On


Yuriko Koike

The Torturous Road to Liability Reform

Trade and Competition Issues Raised by the Liberalization of State-Owned Monopolies


Robert Cohen

The Trade Deficit: Where Does it Come From and What Does it Do?


Peter Morici

Trading Places, How We Gave our Future to Japan and How to Reclaim It

Clyde Prestowitz

Trading with the Middle Kingdom

Turbulence over the Pacific

The Turning Point for Labor and Trade


Howard Samuel

The U.S. and Japan: Deja Vu All Over Again


Panel Excerpts

U.S. and the Coming Global Financial Services, The

U.S. Export Programs: Business Necessity or Corporate Welfare?

U.S.-Canada FTA: A Good Deal, A Good Model, The


Mastel, Szamosszegi

U.S.-Japan Framework Talks and the Politics of the Japanese Press, The


Nancy Yamaguchi

Unclogging the Broadband Pipeline


Jonathan Sallet

Uruguay Round and the US: A Critical Analysis, The

Uruguay Round: A "Bottom-Up" Analysis, The

Uruguay Round: Implementation, The

What Determines Exchange Rate Regimes? The Trilemma and its Consequences


Ben Carliner

What if… A Downside for the U.S. Economy

Where is International Air Transport Going?

Working Together: A Bipartisan Trade Agenda

World Trade at the Crossroads: The Uruguay Round, GATT and Beyond

XDSL & Section 706

The Yen's Appreciation and the Nature of the Policy Debate in Japan


Richard Koo

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Industrial Policy and Rebalancing in the US and China.

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