The Donald Trump administration aims at redefining US trade relationships with the rest of the world to make trade “free and fair” again.
A reality check on what’s really ahead for US infrastructure, tax cuts, health care and protectionism.
The 1888 Great Debate over US trade policy inspired literary luminaries like Walt Whitman and Mark Twain to take sides.
How the 1888 elections decided the protectionist course of U.S. economic expansion for decades to come.
Is the idea of Westphalian sovereignty hindering the implementation of global solutions to global problems?
What actions should the United States take to change China’s current trade policies?
What changes can be made at the global, national and local level to ensure that globalization works better for the world’s poor?
Will a failure to manage globalization lead to a backlash of protectionism, xenophobia and nationalism?
What does the economics profession really know about generating economic growth?