Cover notes for jobs

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[1] The latest such report from EPI is: Scott, R. Bruce Campbell, Carlos Salas, and Jeff Faux (2007), Revisiting NAFTA: Still not working for North America’s workers . Economic Policy Institute Briefing Paper #173. Other reports using the all-but-identical methodology include: Groshen, Erica, Bart Hobijn, and Margaret M. McConnell (2005); . Jobs Gained and Lost through Trade: A Net Measure, Current Issues in Economics and Finance , Federal Reserve Bank of New York; and, Bailey, Martin N. and Robert Z. Lawrence (2004), What Happened to the Great . Jobs Machine: The Role of Trade and Electronic Offshoring , Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Volume (2). Further, it should be noted that pundits use this implicit logic of counting jobs embodied in trade flows all the time . The April 10 editorial of the Washington Post argued for passage of the ./Colombia Free Trade Agreement partly on the basis of jobs created in the . through exports to Colombia: “The trade agreement would…give . fi rms free access to Colombia for the first time, thus creating . jobs .”

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