"Like the president he now serves, Anton doesn't understand how the global trading order actually works. Trade agreements are long and complicated today because they are no longer primarily concerned with reducing tariffs (which are already quite low). Instead, contemporary trade agreements are mostly about harmonizing labor, regulatory, environmental, and copyright standards across many different societies, precisely for the purpose of creating fairer competition between states. Agreements of this kind are very much in America's interest, because otherwise U.S. workers would have to compete with foreign industries where labor and environmental standards are much lower than they are in the United States."
Neal Doyle was the Program Coordinator for the Project on Managing the Atom. After graduating from St. Norbert College with a B.S. in Environmental Policy, he worked for several years as an environmental consultant and later attended Suffolk University Law School. He is a Advisory Council member of the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC).
Away from the Belfer Center, Neal works on sustainable and renewable energy projects, and is a successful online marketer. He is an avid golfer, and enjoys outdoor sports.Last Updated: Jan 6, 2017, 12:57pm