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.
Staff research publications can be found by typing in the desired keyword into the search box labeled "Search Staff Documents." Filtering options on the left panel can help narrow the search criteria. Note: Filtering may not be presented on mobile devices
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|Arsenic and Rice in Baby Food Supply Chains||Executive Briefings||Dec 2021||Caroline Peters and Brad Gehrke|
|Tapping Québec’s Strategic Reserve… or We’ve Got Your Pancakes Covered||Executive Briefings||Mar 2022||Brad Gehrke|
|"Grass” Roots: The Regrowth of Hemp Globally?||Executive Briefings||Mar 2022||Samantha DeCarlo and Marin Weaver|
|What is Cell-cultured Meat? How’s it Made? Cell-cultured Meat Implications for Regulation and Trade||Executive Briefings||Apr 2022||Jessica Pugliese|
|A Tempest in the Oil Vat: Shocks to the Global Vegetable Oil Markets||Executive Briefings||Jun 2022||Marin Weaver|
|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|
|Small Fries Only?! Supply Chain Disruptions to Japan||Executive Briefings||Jul 2022||Jeff Clark, Steven LeGrand|