The Andersons Program in International Trade is a broad-based program focusing on research and outreach in the area of international trade and public policy. Recent research from the program has focused on: vertical market structure and the impact of trade liberalization on developing country market access; government labeling policies and credence goods; and the relationship between trade and environmental policy. Currently, research is being conducted on carbon tariffs and trade; intellectual property rights and US seed exports; and also the potential the impact of R&D on market structure in the life sciences sector. Recent outreach work from the program has covered topics such as: food prices and trade policy; the Euro crisis; regulation of shadow banking; the global financial crisis; China's trade; the WTO ruling on genetically modified foods; international trade and ethanol; prospects for the Doha Round of the World Trade Organization; regionalism vs. multilateralism in trade liberalization; the connection between trade and the environment; and the US trade deficit. Currently, the program is led by Professor Ian M. Sheldon.