Alexandra Guisinger

Alexandra Guisinger is an associate professor of political science at Temple University. She is co-principal investigator of the Foreign Policy in a Diverse Society project, housed in Temple University’s Public Policy Lab. She studies public, market, and governmental responses to foreign economic policy, and is the author of American Opinion on Trade: Preferences without Politics (Oxford University Press, 2017).

Good to Know: The Federal Reserve and U.S. monetary policy

The Fed is getting some good press. So what exactly is the Fed, and what does it do?

Foreign policy-related U.S. presidential campaign ads ▶️

This Good Playlist offers highlights from television presidential campaign ads since the 1950s.

Who do voters actually blame for inflation?

They see several causes at work – including some out of Biden’s control.

Young Americans are dovish on China

They don’t prioritize TikTok regulation – or other measures pushing back against China.

Why Trump’s steel tariffs may end up helping him politically

Politicians take a negative view on trade deals — even the ones they voted for

Americans’ views of trade aren’t just about economics. They’re also about race.