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Transatlantic Economy Study

The annual study on the transatlantic economy prepared by Dan Hamilton and Joseph Quinlan of the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations was released on March 10, 2017 at a conference in Brussels hosted by AmCham EU, which sponsored the study. The 2017 study notes that “the transatlantic economy is the largest and wealthiest market in the world: 66% of outward stock and 57% of inward stock of global foreign direct investment (FDI); one-third of global GDP in terms of purchasing power; 27% of global exports; and 31% of global imports.”

economy-study-iconTransatlantic Economy 2017: Annual Survey of Jobs, Trade and Investment between the United States and Europe – Full Study (by Daniel S. Hamilton & Joseph P. Quinlan – Center for Transatlantic Relations, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University)

 

Other Resources

Why International Trade is Good for the EU (infographic)

TTIP Opportunities by U.S. State (U.S. Commerce Department)

TTIP in U.S. Congressional Districts (Bertelsmann Foundation, the Atlantic Council and the British Embassy, Washington, DC)

Local, Specific, Tangible: How a EU-US trade and investment agreement can help businesspeople and their companies in the UK (British American Business)

TTIP and the Fifty States: Jobs and Growth from Coast to Coast – (Bertelsmann Foundation, the Atlantic Council and the British Embassy in Washington, DC; 2013)

EU-U.S. Trade Statistics (DG Trade; 2013)

State-by-State & National-Level Fact Sheets on the Benefits of Trade (Business Roundtable; 2013 edition)

Reducing Transatlantic Barriers to Trade and Investment:  An Economic Assessment (The Center for Economic Policy Research)

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership:  Who benefits from a free trade deal? (The Global Economic Dynamic)

The Transatlantic Opportunity:  Why we need a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (AmCham EU)

Fact Sheet: “Open for Business Agenda” (U.S. Department of Commerce)