Tricks of the Trade Deal: Six Big Problems with the Trans-Pacific Partnership

By Roosevelt Institute |

In a series of briefs, Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow and Chief Economist Joseph Stiglitz analyzes the ins and outs of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, explaining why it would structure the rules in ways that would harm the economy and American workers. View the briefs below:

Part 1: Beware of TPP’s Investor–State Dispute Settlement Provision
Part 2: Who Gets to Write and Interpret the Rules Under TPP?
Part 3: TPP’s Hidden Climate Costs
Part 4: Will TPP Help to Curb China’s Rise?
Part 5: The High Health Costs of TPP’s “Free Trade”
Part 6: Why TPP Is a Bad Deal for America and American Workers

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