How U.S. Trade Policy Failed Workers — And How to Fix It

Now more than ever, we need a new trade policy to support an economic recovery from the pandemic and to start building an economy that works for everyone.

Corporate Lobby Groups Issue Weak Attack on Economists Who Support Capital Control Flexibility

IPS and GDAE rebut U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Business Roundtable, and other big business critics against capital controls.

More than 250 Economists Call for Trade Reforms to Allow Capital Controls

While no panacea, they are legitimate policy tools for preventing and mitigating financial crises.

Let Developing Countries Grow the Same Way that We Did

The United States must put development concerns ahead of its own short-term special interests.

Have Faith in Free Trade–The Greatest Story Over Sold

Free trade isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.

    What Comes After the Washington Consensus?

    The Guardian | February 9, 2011

    Economists Unite Around Capital Controls | February 2, 2011

    The Case for Capital Controls

    The New York Times Dealbook blog | February 1, 2011

    Economists Urge U.S. to Rethink Capital-Control Restrictions

    The Wall Street Journal | January 31, 2011

    Why Global Trade Treaties Need Fixing

    The Guardian | January 31, 2011

    Re-Legitimizing Capital Controls in Trade Agreements

    Dani Rodrik's Weblog | January 31, 2011