The Journal of International Commerce and Economics (JICE) is a peer-reviewed journal (ISSN 2152-6877) published on a periodic basis by the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC). JICE articles contribute to the field of applied international trade by providing in-depth, policy-relevant, and accessible analysis of contemporary economic, industry competitiveness, and investment issues.
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.
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|Geographically Disaggregated Import Data and Consumer Gains from Trade||Dec 2013||David Riker|
|The USITC’s Roundtable on the Labor Market Effects of Trade: Discussion Summary||Aug 2013||Samira Salem, John Benedetto|
|Feeding the Dragon and the Elephant: How Agricultural Policies and Trading Regimes Influence Consumption in China and India||May 2013||Katherine Baldwin, Joanna Bonarriva|
|Korea’s Demand for U.S. Beef||Jan 2013||John Giamalva|
|The Boom in Brazilians Traveling to the United States||Jan 2013||David Riker, Jessica Vila-Goulding|