Category: Outreach

Outreach activities

Sonali Chowdhry and Jorge Soguero Escuer attended the PSE 2019 Summer School

On 24-28th June, ESRs Sonali Chawdhry and Jorge Soguero Escuer attended the Trade Programme of the Paris School of Economics (PSE) Summer School. They had the chance to consolidate concepts, learn about the latest trade research and network with fellow peers. The one-week course was structured in four different modules as follows: Trade Policy I… Read more »

Cornelia Furculita participates in iCourts Summer School at Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

From 17 to 21 June, our ESR Cornelia Furculita took part in the iCourts Summer School. The iCourts Summer School is high-level summer school for PhD students working on international courts in their social and political context. During a week together with other participants Cornelia assisted at different lectures focused on interdisciplinarity, methodology and dissemination…. Read more »

Prof. Martin Trybus and Alice Manzini participate in the Public Procurement Global Revolution IX Conference, University of Nottingham

On 17th-18th June 2019, Prof. Martin Trybus, EUTIP Coordinator and EUTIP ESR Alice Manzini participated in the Public Procurement: Global Revolution IX Conference at the University of Nottingham. This conference, organised by the Public Procurement Research Group at the University of Nottingham led by Professors Sue Arrowsmith and Peter Trepte, saw the participation of more than 300 participants from many… Read more »

Camille Reverdy presented at the EDEEM Doctoral Summer Workshop in Economics

13th– 14th June 2019, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Campus Economico San Giobbe, Venice, Italy The European Doctorate in Economics – Erasmus Mundus (EDEEM) is a doctoral program in economics that gathers seven leading European institutions and is coordinated by Universitat Bielefeld, Germany. The EDEEM Doctoral Summer Workshop is intended to favour the exchange of ideas… Read more »

EUTIP researchers participate in the 2019 EUSA International Biennial Conference

Four ESRs, Alice Manzini, Isabella Mancini, Kornilia Pipidi Kalogirou and Simon Dekeyrel, and lead supervisors, Prof. Elaine Fahey and Prof. Wolfgang Weiß participated in the sixteenth EUSA biannual conference in Denver (Colorado, United States).  This conference, organised by the European Union Studies Association, saw the participation of more than 450 participants from almost 300 institutions… Read more »

Camille Reverdy presented at the Lunchtime Seminar in International Economics

3rdMay 2019, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Kiel, Germany The Kiel Institute for the World Economy in collaboration with the Kiel Centre for Globalization organizes lunchtime seminars aiming at providing a platform for presenting and discussing ongoing research in the area of international economics. Camille Reverdy presented her research on the export potential in… Read more »

Jorge Soguero participated in the Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

The AES Annual Conference held on  15-17 April 2019 brought together researchers and experts on the agri-food sector worldwide. The conference included a keynote address by Robert Finger, head of Agriculture Dept. at ETH Zurich on the challenges agricultural policymaking faces on combining efficient environmental and economic performance, with a summary of lessons learned from… Read more »

Aveek Chakravarty presents at DLT and International Economic Law conference in Turin

On 9th April 2019, the University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto co-hosted a workshop on ‘International Economic Law in the era of Distributed Ledger Technology’.Our ESR Aveek Chakravarty participated in the said event and presented his paper titled ‘Challenges to the valuation of crypto-investments in international investment arbitration’. The event drew participation from a… Read more »

Iulianna Romanchyshyna organised a PhD seminar at the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies on the issue of sustainable development

The seminar was aimed at clarifying the EU policy direction as regards sustainable development within its trade agenda by providing a comparative analysis of selected TSD standards, taking particular account of the EU-Korea, as the first “new generation” FTA to include a TSD chapter, and the ensuing trade agreements with Colombia, Peru and Ecuador, Central… Read more »

Cornelia Furculita presents research paper at the 2019 ESIL Göttingen Research Forum

On the 3rd of April 2019 our ESR, Cornelia Furculita presented during the ESIL International Economic Law Interest Group Workshop of the at the 2019 ESIL Göttingen Research Forum, with the title: ‘Trade Agreements and the Rule of Law’. Cornelia presented her paper ‘FTAs State-to-State Dispute Settlement Mechanisms – An Alternative in Times of AB Crisis’…. Read more »