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Trade Adjustment Assistance Research Publications

The ETA Research Publication Database provides access to a collection of research and evaluation reports commissioned by ETA to help guide the workforce investment system in administering effective programs that have at their core the goals of enhanced employment opportunity and business. For more information, to access to additional reports, or for information about the availability of hard copies of printed publications, please visit the ETA Research Publication Database page.

Below are links to several reports that focus on the Trade Adjustment Assistance program.

 

National Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program : Characteristics of Workers Eligible under the 2002 TAA Program and Their Early Program Experiences
Series # :
ETAOP 2010-06
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2010
Author(s) :
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Abstract

As part of the National Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program, this report provides information about the characteristics and early program experiences of workers eligible for TAA under the 2002 Trade Act. Information was co...

 

Linkages Between TAA, American Job Center Partners, and Economic Development Agencies : A Report Prepared As Part of the Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act
Series # :
ETAOP 2009-16
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2009
Author(s) :
Social Policy Research Associates

Abstract

This report is based on site visits conducted from mid-2005 to mid-2006 to 41 American Job Center and the state-level offices...

 

Initial Implementation of the Trade Act of 2002 : A Report Prepared As Part of the Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act
Series # :
ETAOP 2009-14
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2009
Author(s) :
Social Policy Research Associates

Abstract

The Trade Act of 2002 significantly amended the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program which provides extensive training and benefits to dislocated ...

 

Rapid Response and TAA : A Report Prepared As Part of the Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act
Series # :
ETAOP 2009-17
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2009
Author(s) :
Social Policy Research Associates

Abstract

This report, based on site visits to 48 American Job Center in 23 states conducted from mid-2004 to mid-2006, is part of a lon...

 

Assessment, Case Management, and Post-Training Assistance : A Report Prepared As Part of the Evaluation of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act
Series # :
ETAOP 2009-15
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2009
Author(s) :
Social Policy Research Associates

Abstract

This report is based on data from site visits conducted to 48 local American Job Center in 2004 and from mid-2005 through the ...

 

The Labor Market Effects of Globalization and Trade Adjustment Assistance
Series # :
ETAOP 2005-11
Full-Text :
Available
Release Year :
2005
Author(s) :
University of Michigan

Abstract

This report discusses the effects of increasing globalization on the labor market in the

 

 

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