Worker-Centric & Inclusive Trade: Why Do We Trade?

Washington International Trade Association (WITA) presents:

"Worker-Centric & Inclusive Trade: Why Do We Trade?"

Please join WITA as we kick off our Worker Centric and Inclusive Trade Series by examining why we trade and who benefits from it.

About this Event

What is the national interest in trade? Is it economic growth? National and international stability? Upward mobility for workers (and which workers)? And what are the terms of trade to benefit producers, consumers, and shareholders?

Please join WITA as we host a compelling conversation at the root of what it trade means for the United States, and how that can be manifest in a worker-centric and inclusive trade policy.

WITA Webinar Featuring:

Grant Aldonas, Split Rock International, and former U.S. Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade

Beth Baltzan, Founder, American Phoenix Trade Advisory Service and formerly with USTR and the House Ways & Means Committee

Daniel J. Ikenson, Director of Policy Research, NDP | Analytics

Sarah Pray, Director of Advocacy for Economic Governance, Economic Justice Programme of the Open Society Foundations

Moderator: David J. Lynch, Global Economics Correspondent, The Washington Post

Date

Apr 08 2021

Time

Eastern Time
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

$0 - $10

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Washington International Trade Association (WITA)
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