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SPECIAL EDITION - Transatlantic Must-Reads
March 7th, 2018

The Transatlantic Economy 2018
As a potential U.S.-EU trade war looms, it is more important than ever to understand the deep economic ties that bind the United States and Europe in terms of jobs, trade, investment and the modern digital economy. Today we are releasing the 2018 edition of The Transatlantic Economy, with the most up-to-date facts about European-related jobs, trade and investment in each of the 50 U.S. states, and U.S.-related jobs, trade and investment in all EU member states, as well as Norway, Switzerland and Turkey.

These facts tell a simple yet powerful story. The transatlantic economy remains the fulcrum of the global economy. We literally cannot afford to disrupt it. My colleague Joe Quinlan and I would be glad to discuss it more with you.

Best regards,
Dan Hamilton
dhamilton@jhu.edu

 
On Topic:
CTR Commentary
Trade - Harley Davidson, whiskey makers may feel tariff retribution, Priyanka Godbole & Kristina Karisch, MarketWatch
Economy - Creating the North Atlantic Marketplace for Jobs and Growth, Daniel S. Hamilton, CTR
 
Other Voices
Trade - EU’s anti-Trump hit list: Everything including the kitchen sink, Hans von der Burchard & Jakob Hanke, Politico 
Trade - How Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs could affect state economies, Max Bouchet & Joseph Parilla, Brookings

The Transatlantic Economy 2018:

Full Study

Pocket Book Version

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 - The Transatlantic Economy in 2018: Cyclically Strong, but Structurally and Politically Challenged

Chapter 2 - Jobs, Trade and Investment: Examining the Ties that Bind

Chapter 3 - The Transatlantic Digital Economy

Chapter 4 - The 50 U.S. States: European-Related Jobs, Trade and Investment

Chapter 5 - European Countries: U.S.-Related Jobs, Trade and Investment

Appendix A - European Commerce and the 50 U.S. States: A State-by-State Comparison

Appendix B - U.S. Commerce and Europe: A Country-by-Country Comparison

Key Findings

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