September 4, 2018

The Trade War's 'Rounding Error' Has Real-World Victims Getting Laid off

Bruce Yandle

Distinguished Adjunct Fellow

It's easy to get lost in a flurry of economic statistics while debating trade policy. Trade deficits, foreign investment, prices, jobs, and GDP are all thrown into the mix. But what does it look like to be on the wrong side of a tariff? Bruce Yandle seeks to humanize the problem in the Washington Examiner. 

Read it here: The Trade War's 'Rounding Error' Has Real-World Victims Getting Laid off