Webinar: US Trade Policy

US Trade Policy

Under the Trump administration U.S. trade policy took a decidedly unilateralist turn, which had significant negative effects for multilateralism, referring to cooperation between nations in a rules-based world trading system.

Under Biden much has changed, but notably there has also been significant continuity of certain policies, all of which has ramifications for international trade as well as for the U.S.’s allies and competitors alike. In this webinar leading American and Australian  trade experts give their take on what Biden’s trade agenda holds going forward, and what it means for everyone else.

IIT’s Executive Director Professor Peter Draper provides probing moderation to draw out the key insights, in a must-watch conversation on U.S. trade policy.


Jeffrey Schott   (Keynote Speaker) Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

Lisa McAuley  (Discussant) CEO of the Global Trade Professionals Alliance

Professor Peter Draper  (Moderator), Executive Director, Institute for International Trade, the University of Adelaide


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