Information on Steel Tariff costs and impacts

Responding to a commenter below inquiring about links to some stats and background material on the impact of the steel tariffs, I decided to do some google mining. Here are the results for everyone's further edification:

Articles:
CITAC STUDY REVEALS ITC REMEDIES ON STEEL WILL COST UP TO 74,500 JOBS NATIONWIDE; EIGHT JOBS LOST FOR EVERY ONE STEEL JOB SAVED

Steel Tariffs Were Bad Economics and Bad Politics

Pro-Steel Tariff Studies Miss the Mark

Steel Tariffs Appear to Have Backfired on Bush

U.S. Steel Users Claim Tariffs ?Protect a Few at the Expense of the Majority?

Steel's victory hard to swallow: tariffs will mean a weaker dollar, lost jobs in other industries. (Statistical Data included)

Port Fights To Cancel Steel Trade Restrictions (Wilmington, DE port's import volume dropped 54% and lost $1.6 million; longshoremen lost their jobs)

Steel tariffs of '02 costing suppliers' jobs (heh)

Michigan may gain jobs if Bush ends steel tariffs

[Michigan] State celebrates end of steel tax

New Institute for International Economics Study on Tariffs Confirms CITAC STF Findings on Job Losses and Damage to Steel Consumers

Office Furniture Steel Consumers Lobby Congress: Tariffs Must Be Lifted Now (BIFMA, a steel consumers mfg association)

APPLIANCE INDUSTRY APPLAUDS STEEL TARIFF REVERSAL

Maritime Industry Reacts: Bush Eliminates Steel Tariffs

Protectionist Welfare for Steel

Papers and Hearings:
The Unintended Consequences of U.S. Steel Import Tariffs: A Quantification of the Impact During 2002

House Ways and Means Committee Hearing - IMPACT OF THE SECTION 201 SAFEGUARD ACTION ON CERTAIN STEEL PRODUCTS

House Small Business Committee Hearing: "Lost Jobs, More Imports: Unintended Consequences Of Higher Steel Tariffs (Part II)"

The American Steel Industry: A Changing Profile. A quote from the paper:

Many of the companies who testified at the House Small Business hearings in 2002 were manufacturers who supply the Big Three car manufacturers. They stressed that given the present supply-chain cost squeeze, the auto makers could well move more sourcing offshore.

REPORTED IMPACT OF SAFEGUARD MEASURES ON STEEL-CONSUMING INDUSTRIES (estimates U.S. businesses lost $680 million).

Nearly one-fourth of all steel-consuming companies, and 51 percent of auto parts suppliers, had shifted jobs overseas, and 34 percent said they would add jobs if the tariffs were terminated.

Letter from U.S. Steel Processors for Free Trade

Political Practicality Trumps Tariffs

Bush Raises Taxes on Steel Consumers (notes that LCD manufacturer recieved high tariff protection, which caused its buyers to outsource to Asia; Domestic mfr goes bankrupt due to tariffs it asked for)

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What a list! I was also glad

What a list!

I was also glad to see the political ramifications were felt. Nice that the "unforeseen" consequences made such a tight loop.