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.
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|When Countries Leave Trade Agreements: A Survey of Cases 1949–2019||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Oct 2019||Brian Daigle, Samantha DeCarlo, Gregory LaRocca|
|The Thin Infrared Line: Global Trade in Elements for non-Silicon Solar Cells||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Oct 2019||Samuel M. Goodman|
|The International Trade and Production Database for Estimation - Release 2 (ITPD-E-R02), [TeX script for accessibility]||Staff Publication/Working Paper||Jul 2022||Ingo Borchert, Mario Larch, Serge Shikher, and Yoto Yotov|
|Regional Macroeconomic and Trade Trends During the COVID-19 Pandemic||Staff Publication/Working Paper||May 2022||Erika Bethmann, Emma Blair, Chang Hong, Lin Jones, Chris Montgomery, and Huyen Nguyen|
|Disruptions to Global Supply Chains Due to the War in Ukraine||Executive Briefings||Jun 2022||Samantha DeCarlo, Samuel Goodman, Kelsi Van Veen, and Marin Weaver|
|Chinese Semiconductor Industrial Policy: Prospects for Future Success||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Aug 2019||John VerWey|
|Chinese Semiconductor Industrial Policy: Past and Present||Journal of International Commerce and Economics||Jul 2019||John VerWey|