"Misconceptions on the Campaign Trail: American Workers Can’t Compete with Low-Wage Workers Abroad” Trade and Investment Policy Watch, The Peterson Institute for International Economics April 21st, 2016
"TPP benefits for workers far outweigh costs" Trade and Investment Policy Watch, The Peterson Institute for International Economics March 2016
Protecting Open Markets
Auto-Bailout: Will Americans Demand The Cars Congress Wants the Big Three to Build?
A New Trade Plan for South Africa
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Guardian, 7 March 2008
Succeeding in the Global Economy: American Communities Prosperity Initiative
Succeeding in the Global Economy: A New Policy Agenda for the American Worker
The United States and the WTO Dispute Settlement System
Cancun Collapse Won't Halt Global Trade Reform
China's Rise and America's Welfare Paper in PIIE Briefing 15-3 China's Economic Transformation: Lessons, Impact and the Path Forward, October 2015
"Adjustment Challenges for US Workers" Chapter 3 in C. Fred Bergsten et. al (ed) Toward Free Trade and Investment between China and the United States. Washington DC: The Peterson Institute for Interantional Economics October 2014
"When the immovable object meets the unstoppable force: Multilateralism, Regionalism and Deeper Integration" Paper for the E15 Initiative, Strenghtening the Multilateral Trading System, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development August 2013"
"Globalization and US wages Using Classic Theory to Explain Recent Facts" (with Jonathan Haskel, Edward Leamer and Matthew Slaughter) Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol 62, Number 2, Spring 2012
Working Paper for Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Center for International Development Harvard Kennedy School September 2010
Toward a More Effective WTO: The Role of Variable Geometry
by Robert Z. Lawrence, World Economy, Sept. 2007 Slow Real Wage Growth and U.S. Income Inequality: Is Trade to Blame?
by Robert Z. Lawrence, "Is Free Trade Still Optimal in the 21st Century?", International Business School at Brandeis University, 15 June 2007 US Trade Policy: The Exception to American Exceptionalism?
by Robert Z. Lawrence, "Power and Superpower: Global Leadership in the 21st Century", Center for American Progress and the Century Foundation, June 2007 Rule making amidst growing diversity: A club-of-club approach to WTO Reform and new issue selection
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 9, 4 Dec 2006 South African Trade Policy Matters: Trade Performance and Trade Policy
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Lawrence Edwards, Center for International Development Project for the South African Treasury, Dec. 2006. Recent US Free Trade Initiatives in the Middle East: Opportunities but no Guarantees
by Robert Z. Lawrence, 6 Dec 2006 A New Compensation Mechanism for Preference Erosion in the Doha Round
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Blue Sky Conference, Center for International Development at the John F Kennedy School of Government, 9 Sept. 2006 China and the Multilateral Trading System
by Robert Z. Lawrence, "China and Emerging Asia: Reorganizing the Global Economy?", Korean Institute for Economic Policy (KIEP) and Center for International Commerce and Finance (CICF), Graduate School of International Studies at Seoul National University, 11 May 2006 Should Export Subsidies be Treated Differently?
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Nathaniel Stankard, 18 Oct. 2005 America's Sorry Trade Performance
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Nathaniel Stankard, The International Economy, Winter 2004 What Happened to the Great US Job Machine? The Role of Trade and Electronic Offshoring
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Martin N. Baily, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Ed. William Brainard and George Perry, Fall 2004 Should a U.S.-India FTA Be Part of India's Trade Strategy?
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Rajesh Chadha, India Policy Forum, Ed. Suman Bery, Barry Bosworth and Arvind Panagariya, 2004 Egypt, Morocco and the US FTAs
by Robert Z. Lawrence and Ahmed Galal, Free Trade Agreements and U.S. Policy, Institute for International Economics, Jul. 2003 Crimes and Punishments?: An analysis of retaliation under the WTO
by Robert Z. Lawrence, 25 June 2003 Capitalizing on CAFTA: Enhancing El Salvador’s Integration into the Global Economy
by Robert Z. Lawrence, FUSADES, El Salvador, 2003
A US-Middle East Trade Agreement: A Circle of Opportunity?
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Policy Analyses in International Economics Vol. 81, Nov. 2006 Case Studies in US Trade Negotiation: Making the Rules
by Charan Devereaux, Robert Z. Lawrence and Michael D. Watkins, Vol. 1, Sept. 2006 Case Studies in US Trade Negotiation: Resolving Disputes
by Charan Devereaux, Robert Z. Lawrence and Michael D. Watkins, Vol. 2, Sept. 2006 Case Studies in US Trade Negotiation: Two Volume Set
by Charan Devereaux, Robert Lawrence and Michael D. Watkins, 2 Vols., Sept. 2006 Can America Still Compete or Does It need a New Trade Paradigm?
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Institute for International Economics, Policy Brief, 9 Jun. 2006 Anchoring Reform with a US-Egypt Free Trade Agreement
by Ahmed Galal and Robert Z. Lawrence, Policy Analyses in International Economics Vol. 74, May 2005 Has Globalization Gone Far Enough? The Costs of Fragmented Markets
by Scott C. Bradford and Robert Z. Lawrence, Feb. 2004 Crimes and Punishments? Retaliation under the WTO
by Robert Z. Lawrence, Nov. 2003 Blue-Collar Blues: Is Trade to Blame for Rising US Income Inequality?
by Robert Z. Lawrence, PPT presentation in PDF format
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