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Our projects encompass a range of topics that reflect our goals at the Center for Commerce and Diplomacy and are in the fields of economics, business and policymaking.DISCOVER NOW
COVID-19 Global Impacts: The Global Economy
Millions unemployed. Unprecedented supply and demand shocks. Stock market losses and massive government spending. How will the global economy survive in the wake of the most devastating pandemic of the modern era?Watch Video
Oct 21 & 22: Hear Christopher Landau, Former United States Ambassador to Mexico, and Robert Zoellick, Former President of the World Bank present at our Global Leaders Forum
Oct 21 & 22: CCD and the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies will host a virtual "Conference on USMCA and Global Supply Chains An Assessment After One Year"
Nov. 4: Join us for a webinar with Petros C. Mavroidis of Columbia Law School on "WTO (Adjudication) at a Crossroads"
Advancing Global Economic Cooperation
The Center for Commerce and Diplomacy is based at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy. Our mission is to produce high-quality research that informs government and business leaders about the challenges and institutions of international commercial diplomacy in a changing world.
Climate and Trade Task Force
Governments are debating how to leverage trade policy to meet climate and environmental objectives, thus the need for research-based policy recommendations that can address environmental concerns while sustaining global trade and prosperity. The Climate and Trade Task Force is a nonpartisan group organized by the Center for Commerce and Diplomacy to provide timely direction to policymakers on the relationship between climate and trade policies.