RESEARCH: Economics and Trade REPORTS

Working Paper: A Great Wall of Patents: China and American Investors – Selected Consequences of Proposed U.S. Patent “Reforms”
Prepared for the USCC by Pat Choate, Manufacturing Policy Project, November 7, 2005
11/07/2005
Any Change to China’s Non-Market Economy Status Must Be Based on the Criteria Specified Under U.S. Antidumping Law
Prepared by Terence P. Stewart, Robert E. Lighthizer, David A. Hartquist, Linda A. Andros, and Roger B. Schagrin, August 18, 2005
08/18/2005
UPDATE: The Importance of Trade Remedies to the U.S. Trade Relationship with China - Challenges Facing the Use of Antidumping Law: A Critical Period for the Administration and Congressional Action
Prepared by Terence P. Stewart, Robert E. Lighthizer, David A. Hartquist, Linda A. Andros, and Roger B. Schagrin, July 20, 2005
07/20/2005
The Importance of Trade Remedies to the U.S. Trade Relationship with China – Challenges Facing the Use of Antidumping Law: A Critical Period for the Administration and Congressional Action
Prepared by Terence P. Stewart, Robert E. Lighthizer, David A. Hartquist, Linda A. Andros, and Roger B. Schagrin, May 16, 2005
05/16/2005
Working Paper: An Analysis of U.S.-China Advanced Technology Trade
Prepared by Pat Choate and Edward A. Miller, Manufacturing Policy Project, April 2005
04/01/2005
China in the WTO – Year 3
Prepared for the USCC by Terence P. Stewart, Stewart and Stewart, January 21, 2005
01/21/2005
U.S.-China Trade, 1989-2003: Impact on Jobs and Industries, Nationally and State-by-State
Prepared for the USCC by Dr. Robert E. Scott, Economic Policy Institute, January 2005
01/01/2005
The Changing Nature of Corporate Global Restructuring: The Impact of Production Shifts on Jobs in the U.S., China, and Around the Globe
Prepared for the USCC by Dr. Kate Bronfenbrenner and Dr. Stephanie Luce, October 14, 2004
10/14/2004

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