The staff research publications help keep the Commission and the public current on domestic and global activities that affect U.S. trade, investment, and competitiveness conditions. This research is typically conducted by staff in the Office of Economics and Office of Industries, and is published in three different formats. For further information about the differences between the publications, please visit Publications Type information.
Note that staff research publications reflect the work of individual authors and are not the views of the U.S. International Trade Commission or any of its individual Commissioners.
Staff research publications can be found by typing in the desired keyword into the search box labeled "Search Staff Documents." Filtering options on the left panel can help narrow the search criteria. Note: Filtering may not be presented on mobile devices
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|The Impact of Trade and Technology on the U.S. Labor Market: Summary of USITC Roundtable Discussion||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Aug 2017||Joann Peterson|
|An Overview of Customs Reforms to Facilitate Trade||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Aug 2017||Joann Peterson|
|The Impact of Liberalizing International Trade in Professional Services||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||May 2017||Tamar Khachaturian, David Riker|
|Green Building Services||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Oct 2015||Jennifer Baumert Powell|
|The Boom in Brazilians Traveling to the United States||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Jan 2013||David Riker, Jessica Vila-Goulding|
|Services Liberalization and Computable General Equilibrium Modeling: Beyond Tariff Equivalents||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Feb 2010||Tani Fukui , Christine McDaniel|
|The Antigua-United States Online Gambling Dispute||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Jul 2009||Isaac Wohl|
|Access to Capital in China: Competitive Conditions for Foreign and Domestic Firms||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Dec 2006||Katherine Connor Linton|