A FREE TRADE BIBLIOGRAPHY


1. Robert Batterson, Murray Weidenbaum, "The Pros and Cons of Globalization," Center for the Study of American Business, January 2001, 21 pp.*

2. Jagdish Bhagwati, Protectionism, MIT Press, 1989.

3. James Bovard, "The Myth of Fair Trade," Policy Analysis No. 164, Cato Institute, November 1, 1991, 26 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org

4. Cletus C. Coughlin, K. Alec Chrystal and Geoffrey E. Wood, "Protectionist Trade Policies: A Survey of Theory, Evidence and Rationale," Review, Federal Bank of St. Louis, January/February 1988, pp. 12-29.*

5. Robert W. Crandall, "Import Quotas and the Automobile Industry: The Costs of Protectionism," The Brookings Review, The Brookings Institution, Summer 1984, pp. 8-16.*

6. Robert W. Crandall, "What Have Auto-Import Quotas Wrought?" Challenge Magazine, January-February 1985, pp. 40-47.

7. Arthur T. Denzau, "How Import Restraints Reduce Employment," Formal Publication No. 80, Center for the Study of American Business, June 1987, 19pp.

8. Thomas J. DiLorenzo, "Foreign Manufacturers in the United States: Should They Be Told to Buy American?" Policy Analysis No. 83, Cato Institute, February 24, 1987, 31 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org

9. Robert Feenstra, "How Costly is Protectionism?" Journal of Economic Perspectives, 6:3, Summer 1992, pp. 159-78.*

10. Animesh Ghoshal, "Protectionism and the Auto Industry,"Journal of Contemporary Studies, Fall 1983, 4:4, pp. 61-71.

11. Stephen Golub, "Does Trade with Low-Wage Countries Hurt American Workers?" Business Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, March/April 1998, pp. 3-15. Available at http://www.phil.frb.org/files/br/brma98sg.pdf*

12. David M. Gould, Roy J. Ruffin, and Graeme L. Woodbridge, "The Theory and Practice of Free Trade," Economic Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 4th Quarter, 1993, pp. 1-16.*

13. Thomas Grennes, "Collision Course on Textile Quotas," Policy Analysis No. 140, Cato Institute, September 12, 1990. Available at http://www.cato.org

14. Daniel T. Griswold, "Trade, Jobs, and Manufacturing: Why (Almost All) U.S. Workers Should Welcome Imports," Trade Briefing Paper #6, Center for Trade Policy Studies, Cato Institute, September 30, 1999, 13 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org*

15. Robert L. Hetzel, "The Free Trade Debate: The Illusion of Security Versus Growth," Economic Quarterly, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 80, Spring 1994, pp. 39-58.*

16. Edward L. Hudgins, editor, Freedom to Trade: Refuting the New Protectionism, Cato Institute, 1997.

17. Owen F. Humpage, "Do Imports Hinder or Help Economic Growth?" Economic Commentary, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, March 15, 2000, 4 pp. Available at http://www.clevelandfed.org/Research/commentary/2000/0315.pdf*

18. Kent Jones, "Saving the Steel Industry," Backgrounder No. 354, The Heritage Foundation, May 21, 1984, 13pp.

19. Jerry L. Jordan, "On the Political Economy of Trade Restraints," Economic Commentary, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, April 15, 1993, 4pp.*

20. Stanley Kober, "The Fallacy of Economic Security," Policy Analysis No. 219, Cato Institute, January 24, 1995, 31 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org*

21. Joel Kotkin, "America's Rising Sun," Reason, January 1989, 11 pp. Available at http://www.reason.com/8901/fe.jk.americas.html*

22. Susan W. Liebler, and Michael Knoll, "The Perils of Managed Trade," Policy Analysis, No. 138, August 29, 1990, 18 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org*

23. Brink Lindsey, "Reciprocity for Disaster," Reason, August/September 1991, pp. 36-39.*

24. Brink Lindsey, "Taking the Offensive in Trade Policy," in Market Liberalism: A Paradigm for the 21st Century, ed. By David Boaz and Edward Crane, Cato Institute, 1993, pp. 227-41.

25. Brink Lindsey, "Steel: The Other Side of the Story,"Regulation, 21:4, 1998, p.14.*

26. Brink Lindsey, Daniel T. Griswold, and Aaron Lukas, "The Steel 'Crisis' and the Costs of Protectionism," Trade Briefing Paper No. 4, Center for Trade Policy Studies, Cato Institute, April 16, 1999, 15pp. Available at http://www.cato.org*

27. Brink Lindsey, "The U.S. Antidumping Law: Rhetoric versus Reality," Trade Briefing Paper #7, Center for Trade Policy Studies, Cato Institute, August 16, 1999, 30 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org

28. Michael McFadden, "Protectionism Can't Protect Jobs,"Fortune, May 11, 1987, pp. 121-25.

29. Robert W. McGee, A Trade Policy for Free Societies: The Case Against Protectionism, Quorum Books, 1994.*

30. John V. Nye, "No Trade, No Gain," Reason, May 96, 4pp. Available at http://www.reason.com/9605/Co.NYEtrade.html*

31. Ramesh Ponnuru, "Trade Happens," Reason, January 1997, 6 pp. Available at http://www.reason.com/9701/bk.ponnuru.html*

32. Jim Powell, "Forget the Crowbar," Reason, March 1990, pp. 35-38.*

33. Jim Powell, "Why Trade Retaliation Closes Markets and Impoverishes People," Policy Analysis No. 143, Cato Institute, November 30, 1990, 83 pp. Available at http://www.cato.org*

34. Louis Schorsch, "The Abdication of Big Steel," Challenge Magazine, March-April 1984, pp. 34-40.*

35. David G. Tarr, "Does Protection Really Protect?" Regulation, November/December 1985, pp. 29-34.*

36. Andrew Warner, "The Secret Behind American Export Success,"Regulation, Winter 1993, pp. 52-60. Available at http://www.cato.org*

37. Murray L. Weidenbaum, "The High Cost of Protectionism," Cato Journal, 3:3, Winter 1983/84, pp. 777-91.*

38. Murray Weidenbaum, "Dispelling the Myths About the Global Economy," Policy Brief 211, Center for the Study of American Business, January 2001, 10 pp.*

39. Michael Wilson, "Setting the Record Straight: Evaluating Ross Perot's Allegations Against the NAFTA," Backgrounder No. 959, The Heritage Foundation, September 30, 1993, 15 pp.*

*Highly recommended.

Note: The Cato Institute's Center for Trade Policy Studies and the Center for the Study of American Business have a number of good studies on trade policy.