Crash Course: Trade Policy with the Trade Guys
Crash Course: Trade Policy with the Trade Guys is a two-day, online seminar for public and private sector professionals working on international trade matters. The purpose of the program is to improve participant knowledge of American trade policy and politics.
This program is conducted by CSIS experts Scott Miller and Bill Reinsch, known as The Trade Guys from their highly-rated weekly podcast. Participants will walk away from the course having gained an expanded professional network along with greater knowledge of U.S. economic policy implementation and the operation and effect of trade laws.
The curriculum is comprised of a series of seminars that will address a range of topics, including:
- How trade policy is formulated by the executive branch and Congress
- How trade remedy (AD/CVD) laws work and the obligations of respondents
- How U.S. trade laws support or prevent specific actions
- Key trade issues for U.S. policymakers
- The challenges of multilateral institutions
This course is open to anyone new to international trade or looking for a refresher course on American trade policy.
How to Register
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Previous and current participants include representatives from:
The Asahi Shimbun, The Asia Group, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Bell Helicopter, BP, Chevron, C.H. Robinson, Climate Leadership Council, DAI, Department of Homeland Security, Embassy of Australia, Embassy of Canada, Embassy of India, Embassy of Japan, Embassy of Switzerland, Ernst & Young, EX-IM Bank, Exxon Mobile, IBM Corporation, INSITU Defense, International Trade Administration, Merck & Co., Inc, Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas), MUFG Bank Inc., National Governors Association, National Institute of Standards & Technology, National Intelligence University, NEC Corporation of America, SK Hynix America, Sumitomo Corporation, Temasek International, U.K. Ministry of Defense, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Maritime Administration, United Nations, UPS, USAID
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