Trade and Jobs: Who Loses, Who Adapts and Who Pays?

Kadee RussTwitter University of California, Davis

August 29, 2021

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Trade restrictions are a common theme on campaign trails, and the general public is often suspicious of the net benefits of trade. Are these suspicions warranted? This week on EconoFact Chats, Michael Klein and Kadee Russ of the University of California at Davis discuss the current landscape of international trade, its winners and losers, and trade policies. Kadee served as the senior economist for international trade and finance on the Council of Economic Advisers from 2015 to 2016.


Note: This podcast was first published on 5th October, 2020. It was recorded on 17th September, 2020.


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Steel Tariffs and U.S. Jobs Revisited (Lydia Cox and Kadee Russ, February 2020)

The Costs of U.S. Tariffs Imposed Since 2018 (Kadee Russ, October 2019)

Will Manufacturing Jobs Come Back? (David Deming, January 2017)


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