The Scholl Chair examines critical issues in the global political economy including international trade, governance, competitiveness, development and meeting the challenges of a changing world economy.
Established in 1981, the Scholl Chair examines the relationship of international trade and investment to economic growth, innovation, and development. In a time of accelerating global integration and financial instability, America’s role on the world stage is influenced by its ability to effectively integrate trade and international economic objectives into its broader foreign policy.
Based on conversations with nearly three dozen business, labor, and congressional stakeholders, this CSIS brief summarizes domestic perspectives on digital economy issues in IPEF and offers suggestions for how to enhance domestic buy-in for an IPEF digital trade agreement.
Brief by Aidan Arasasingham , Emily Benson , Matthew P. Goodman , and William Alan Reinsch — January 26, 2023
Report by Meredith Broadbent — January 23, 2023
Report by Gregory C. Allen , Emily Benson , and William Alan Reinsch — November 30, 2022
Implications of the European Union’s Digital Regulations on U.S. and EU Economic and Strategic Interests
Report by Kati Suominen — November 22, 2022
Report by Emily Benson , William Alan Reinsch , and Andrea Leonard Palazzi — November 16, 2022
Negotiations on the Environmental Goods Agreement (EGA) collapsed in 2016. However, given the global momentum behind combating climate change, climate and trade constituencies have begun to revisit the need for a fresh round of negotiations.
Critical Questions by Emily Benson — January 26, 2023
Commentary by William Alan Reinsch — January 23, 2023
Commentary by William Alan Reinsch — January 17, 2023
Commentary by Emily Benson , Francesca Ghiretti , and Daniel Elizalde — January 17, 2023
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