ITC'S INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW FEATURES ARTICLE ON
LABOR MARKET TRANSITIONS
Changes in the U.S. labor market that would have resulted from a hypothetical liberalization of current import restraints for certain U.S. industries is explored in the current issue of the International Economic Review (IER), a publication of the U.S. International Trade Commission's Office of Economics.
The IER is produced as part of the ITC's international trade monitoring program. The program's purpose is to keep the Commission informed about significant developments in international economics and trade and to maintain the Commission's readiness to provide technical information and advice to policymakers in the Congress and the executive branch. The opinions and conclusions of the IER are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Commission or any individual Commissioner.
The current issue (July/August 2002) includes the following article:
In addition, the publication reviews U.S. economic performance relative to other major trade partners, U.S. trade performance, and economic forecasts. Comparative economic indicators for major industrialized countries are also provided.
The current issue of the IER (USITC Publication 3540, July/August 2002) will be available on the ITC's Internet server at www.usitc.gov. To request a printed copy, write to the Office of the Secretary, U.S. International Trade Commission, 500 E Street SW, Washington, D.C. 20436, or fax requests to 202-205-2104.
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