Time to X Out the Ex-Im Bank

By Sallie James. Trade Policy Analysis No. 47. July 6, 2011.

Economic Self-Flagellation: How U.S. Antidumping Policy Subverts the National Export Initiative

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 46. May 31, 2011.

The Trade-Balance Creed: Debunking the Belief that Imports and Trade Deficits Are a “Drag on Growth”

By Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 45. April 11, 2011.

Protection Made to Order: Domestic Industry’s Capture and Reconfiguration of U.S. Antidumping Policy

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 44. December 21, 2010.

The U.S. Generalized System of Preferences: Helping the Poor, But at What Price?

By Sallie James. Trade Policy Analysis No. 43. November 16, 2010.

Made on Earth: How Global Economic Integration Renders Trade Policy Obsolete

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 42. December 2, 2009.

A Harsh Climate for Trade: How Climate Change Proposals Threaten Global Commerce

By Sallie James. Trade Policy Analysis No. 41. September 9, 2009.

Restriction or Legalization? Measuring the Economic Benefits of Immigration Reform

By Peter B. Dixon and Maureen T. Rimmer. Trade Policy Analysis No. 40. August 13, 2009.

A Service to the Economy: Removing Barriers to “Invisible Trade”

By Sallie James. Trade Policy Analysis No. 38. April 30, 2009.

Audaciously Hopeful: How President Obama Can Help Restore the Pro-Trade Consensus

By Daniel J. Ikenson and Scott Lincicome. Trade Policy Analysis No. 39. April 28, 2009.

While Doha Sleeps: Securing Economic Growth through Trade Facilitation

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 37. June 17, 2008.

Trading Up: How Expanding Trade Has Delivered Better Jobs and Higher Living Standards for American Workers

By Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 36. October 25, 2007.

Thriving in a Global Economy: The Truth about U.S. Manufacturing and Trade

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 35. August 28, 2007.

Freeing the Farm: A Farm Bill for All Americans

By Sallie James and Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 34. April 16, 2007.

Leading the Way: How U.S.Trade Policy Can Overcome Doha’s Failings

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 33. June 20, 2006.

Boxed In: Conflicts Between U.S. Farm Policies and WTO Obligations

By Daniel A. Sumner. Trade Policy Analysis No. 32. December 5, 2005.

Abuse of Discretion: Time to Fix the Administration of the U.S. Antidumping Law

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 31. October 6, 2005.

Ripe for Reform: Six Good Reasons to Reduce U.S. Farm Subsidies and Trade Barriers

By Daniel Griswold, Stephen Slivinski and Christopher A. Preble. Trade Policy Analysis No. 30. September 14, 2005.

Backfire at the Border: Why Enforcement without Legalization

By Douglas S. Massey. Trade Policy Analysis No. 29. June 13, 2005.

Free Trade, Free Markets: Rating the 108th Congress

By Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 28. March 15, 2005.

Protection Without Protectionism: Reconciling Trade and Homeland Security

By Aaron Lukas. Trade Policy Analysis No. 27. April 8, 2004.

Trading Tyranny for Freedom: How Open Markets Till the Soil for Democracy

By Daniel Griswold. Trade Policy Analysis No. 26. January 6, 2004.

Threadbare Excuses: The Textile Industry’s Campaign to Preserve Import Restraints

By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Policy Analysis No. 25. October 15, 2003.

The Trade Front: Combating Terrorism with Open Markets

By Brink Lindsey. Trade Policy Analysis No. 24. August 5, 2003.

Whither the WTO? A Progress Report on the Doha Round

By Razeen Sally. Trade Policy Analysis No. 23. March 3, 2003.