The economic policy of President-elect Donald J. Trump is still a work in progress. But if campaign rhetoric is a reliable guide, reorienting trade policy may become one of the main goals of the new administration.
Stanford University’s Alvin Roth is a very rare thing: An economist who saves lives. The co-recipient of the 2012 economics Nobel got his prize, in part, for helping to fix a long-standing problem with
As debate over Pacific trade deal intensifies, U.S. lawmakers find themselves entangled in calculus that even IMF and WTO haven’t been able to pin down Legislation that targets currency manipulation might
President Obama collided with his own party Tuesday when Senate Democrats stalled consideration of a trade measure that would give the administration greater authority to negotiate more freely with other
Economists at the Chicago Fed argue in a new paper the U.S. economy remains even farther from a truly hot labor market than many central bankers think. The economy’s so-called natural unemployment rate
Retired Siberian journalist tracks ingredients to document the country’s soaring food prices MOSCOW—Every other month, retired teacher Natalya Atuchina cooks up a special pot of borscht in her home city
Subzero rates have put some lenders in an inconceivable position Tumbling interest rates in Europe have put some banks in an inconceivable position: owing money on loans to borrowers. At least one Spanish