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Jeffrey J. Schott


Areas of Expertise

  • Latin America
  • Sanctions
  • Trade Policy
  • WTO

Jeffrey J. Schott

Weighing Anchor
October 8, 2015

TPP Trade Deal Strengthens Obama's Hand in Asia Strategy
October 5, 2015

Financial Times
Obama's Pacific Trade Deal Success Poised in Atlanta
September 29, 2015

Nikkei Asian Review
'Fast track' Will Clear Congress, Think Tank Fellow Says
Online Q&A | May 16, 2015
Jeffrey J. Schott discusses why he believes Trade Promotion Authority will pass and the subsequent outlook for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

NPR's All Things Considered
Two Nominations Round Out Obama's Second-Term Cabinet
Audio with transcript | May 2, 2013
Jeffrey J. Schott expects the newly-nominated US Trade Representative, Mike Froman, to hit the ground running since he has been at the heart of everything the administration has done on trade.

Inside U.S. Trade
US, EU Should Use Korea Deals as Starting Point for Trade Talks [subscription required]
April 9, 2013
An Inside U.S. Trade article summarizes Policy Brief 13-8, which argues that the United States and the European Union should use their respective bilateral trade deals with South Korea as the basis for a new trans-Atlantic trade agreement. A subscription with is required to read the article.

Council on Foreign Relations
Why Transatlantic Trade Winds Are Blowing
Online interview | February 25, 2013
PIIE Senior Fellow Jeffrey J. Schott discusses the prospects for an EU-US free trade agreement with CFR Deputy Director Jeanne Park.

The Washington Post
Japan's Economic Turmoil May Provide an Opening for the United States
Article | February 21, 2013
The Washington Post reports on presentations made by PIIE Senior Fellow Jeffrey J. Schott and Motoshige Itoh during the Institute's recent conference on the "Economics of Abenomics."