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Practical Strategies for Improving Trade Consultation

January 26, 2017 • 2:00 – 3:30 pm EST
How can the executive branch improve its processes for soliciting and responding to input from the public regarding trade policy and negotiations? Improved consultations would raise the quality of the resulting agreements and their contributions to economic growth, and likely increase public confidence in the outcome of negotiations. Successful trade policies are a product of effective consultations with the Congress, executive agencies, and the public.

The Scholl Chair in International Business cordially invites you to attend our event. We will begin with opening remarks from the Hon. Peter Allgeier, followed by a presentation of research findings and a panel discussion, after which we welcome questions from the audience.

This event, and its accompanying report, were made possible by generous support from Google.

Event Partners

Scott Miller
Senior Mentor (Non-resident), Executive Education
Andrea Durkin
Adjunct Fellow (Non-Resident), Scholl Chair in International Business
Executive Vice President, American Apparel and Footwear Association
Public Policy Manager for Trade and International Relations, Google