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.
The CSIS Scholl Chair report outlines the interaction of OECD’s Pillar Two on global minimum taxation and U.S. tax incentives through lens of the Inflation Reduction Act Section 45x credits.
Report by Thibault Denamiel Joyce Bongongo and William Alan Reinsch — November 16, 2023
Optimizing Export Controls for Critical and Emerging Technologies: Reviewing Control Lists, Expanded Rules, and Covered Items
Report by William Alan Reinsch Thibault Denamiel and Eric Meyers — November 8, 2023
Report by William Alan Reinsch Thibault Denamiel and Emilie Kerstens — October 24, 2023
Report by Meredith Broadbent — June 29, 2023
Report by William Alan Reinsch Emily Benson Thibault Denamiel and Margot Putnam — May 31, 2023
This week, ahead of U.S. elections, the Scholl Chair focuses on the politics of trade and the new PPI poll results.
Commentary by William Alan Reinsch — December 4, 2023
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