Examines seven often-expressed concerns about trade liberalization to assess both the facts and common perceptions underlying the issues.
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ROBERT A. ROGOWSKY is director of operations at the U.S. International Trade Commision (USITC) and adjunct professor of international trade at George Mason University's School of Public Policy. From 1995 to 1999, he served also as chief economist and acting director of USITC's Office of Economics. Dr. Rogowsky received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Virginia (1982). He is a Japan Society Fellow. He has written widely on international trade, competition policy and regulation, including Relevant Markets in Antitrust, edited with Kenneth Elzinga, and The Political Economy of Deregulation, edited with Bruce Yandle.
LINDA A. LINKINS is the assistant to the director of operations at the U.S. International Trade Commission, a position she has held since 1998. Earlier she served as an economist in USITC's Office of Economics and as an industry analyst in its Office of Industries. Dr. Linkins received her Ph.D. in economics from American University in 1997. She has contributed to numerous USITC research studies and has published research on quantifying the effects of the Multi-fiber Arrangement, international trade and the environment, and the competitiveness of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry.
KARL S. TSUJI is an international trade analyst with the U.S. International Trade Commission, where he assesses industry and trade trends for certain long-rolled steel products, various base-metal manufactures, aluminum, and precious metals. He has also participated in interagency panels and forums on a wide range of topics related to the metals industry, including environmental, energy, manufacturing technology, and trade issues. He holds Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in mineral economics and an M.S. degree in economic geology, all from The University of Arizona.
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