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For Immediate Release: May 18, 2016
Contact: Tillie McInnis, (202) 293-5380 x117

Key Findings of the USITC Analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

Widely Cited Economic Models Have a Poor Track Record in Projecting the Winners and Losers of Trade Agreements

April 21, 2016

New Issue Brief Shows that US Veto Power and Alliance of High-Income Countries Effectively Exclude World’s Majority

April 15, 2016

New Issue Brief Finds that IMF’s Flawed Estimates May Have Negative Effect on Policy in Eurozone and Elsewhere

April 14, 2016

Data Indicates That Nascent Recovery is Not the Result of Austerity, and Unlikely to Relieve Spain’s Mass Unemployment

December 19, 2015

New Paper Examines “Rural and Small-State Advantage,” Realigned Party Coalitions and Their Significance for December 6 Elections

December 3, 2015

Accused US Officials of Being “Too Soft” on Argentine Government, Encouraging their “Misbehavior” and “Abuse” of the United States

November 19, 2015

Tiny Gains of 40 Cents Per Person, Per Day in the US Come Via Underestimating TTIP’s Costly Protections

August 13, 2015

Government Chose Policies that Reduced Domestic Demand Even Though Economy Had Room for Growth

August 3, 2015

The Social Security Trustee's report again points to the importance of broadly based wage growth to the finances of the Social Security system.

July 22,2015

Members of Congress Question Austerity Policies in Jamaica, Greece that Have Resulted in Unsustainable Debt Burdens, Stagnation and Recession, and High Unemployment

July 16, 2015