WTR Analyses of Trade Policy and Related Issues
The links below are to analyses by Craig VanGrasstek
on key issues in trade policy.
Some of these analyses are available only to subscribers.
Employment and the Political Economy of Trade: A Structured Review of the Literature. OECD Trade Policy Working Paper No. 133 (2011).
The Political Economy of Services in Regional Trade Agreements. OECD Trade Policy Working Paper No. 112 (2011).
in United States Trade with Latin America and the Caribbean
and Trade Policy towards the Region.
CEPAL - Serie Comercio Internacional No 98.
Trade Policy towards the Least Developed Countries: Are
these Countries' Interests Congruent or in Conflict?
Chapter in Simon Evenett, editor,
Africa Resists the Protectionist Temptation. The 5th GTA
Have All the Antidumping Cases Gone? The Impact of Trade
Laws, Trade Agreements, and Recessions on the Decision to
File. Chapter in Simon Evenett, editor,
Broken Promises: A G-20 Summit Report by Global Trade Alert.
The Challenges of Trade
Policymaking: Analysis, Communication and Representation.
Policy Issues in International Trade and Commodities
Study Series No. 36.
Book review of The Evolution of the Trade Regime: Politics, Law, and Economics of the GATT and the WTO by John H. Barton, Judith L. Goldstein, Timothy E. Josling, and Richard H. Steinberg. World Trade Review Volume 6 (2007).
The Consistency of WTO Rules: Can the Single Undertaking Be Squared with Variable Geometry? Journal of International Economic Law Volume 9 Number 4 (2006). With Pierre Sauvι.
of U.S.-China Trade in Services.
of Cultural Goods and Services in International Trade
Agreements. Chapter in United Nations Educational,
Scientific, and Cultural Organization,
Trends in Audiovisual Markets: Regional Perspectives from
Peace, Security, and Middle East Trade ― Is Discrimination the Problem or the Solution? The Journal of World Investment Volume 4 Number 5 (2003).
Demands on Acceding Countries Increase over Time: A
Three-Dimensional Analysis of Multilateral Trade Diplomacy.
Chapter in United Nations Conference on Trade and
WTO Accessions and Development Policies.
US Plans for a New WTO Round: Negotiating More Agreements with Less Authority. The World Economy Volume 23 Issue 5 (2000).
The Energy Trade Policy of the