What we know about the US lobbying industry and how it influences trade and other types of economic policy.
How the European Union’s controversial “posting” policy impacted the movement of workers as well as local communities across the continent.
Companies can avoid taxes by moving profits from IP royalties offshore. What would happen if that changed?
Canadian workers faced new competition after the sudden free trade agreement with the US in 1989. Why were they able to adjust so successfully?
A new way to measure China’s subsidies for shipbuilding reveals how much they transformed the industry for the country and world.
Following the Rana Plaza factory collapse, foreign companies promised to enforce Bangladesh’s new labor law. What happened next?
As trade with farm exporting countries expands, governments must also consider how to prevent deforestation.
How Brazil’s trade liberalization of the 1990s led to unexpected and lasting impacts on workers and a temporary rise in violence.
What consumers can expect from auto companies investing in supply chain resilience as weather disasters loom.
How South Korea’s Heavy and Chemical Industry Drive policy of 1973-79 worked and may have contributed to its economic rise.