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Latest news/upcoming events

QUANTAGG-EUTIP Workshop in International Economics

Munich, 13th– 14th December 2018       The Quantagg Research Group with the support of the EUTIP Network is organising a workshop in international economics in Munich, on 13th and 14th of December. The workshop will include keynote lecture by Professor Esteban Rossi-Hansberg (Princeton University) on the location as an asset, Professor Gianmarco Ottaviano (Bocconi University and… Read more »

Professor Trybus’s interviews on Brexit

After months of negotiation, the United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) have agreed a Brexit deal. It comes in two parts: (i) a 585-page withdrawal agreement, setting the terms of the UK’s divorce from the EU and (ii) a 26-page statement on future relations, sketching out the kind of long-term relationship the UK and EU want to… Read more »

Article Published in “European Papers” by Francesco Pennesi

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The EUTIP ESR Francesco Pennesi published an article on the “The Accountability of the European Stability Mechanism and the European Monetary Fund: Who Should Answer for Conditionality Measures?” in European Papers, Vol. 3, 2018, No 2, pp. 511-545 (ISSN 2499-8249 – doi: 10.15166/2499-8249/246). Abstract: This Article analyses the judicial and political accountability of the European Stability… Read more »

Trade 2030: Technology-Driven, Fair And Sustainable?

Notes from the 2018 WTO Public Forum by Iulianna Romanchyshyna On 2-4th October the Annual WTO Public Forum gathered representatives from governments, international organizations, businesses, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and academia to discuss the challenges and opportunities that the global commerce is facing at these turbulent times. The number of participants of this year’s forum peaked… Read more »

Aakriti Bhardwaj and Iulianna Romanchyshyna attended the WTO Forum 2018

2nd– 4th October 2018, Geneva, Switzerland Regarded as WTO’s largest annual outreach event, the Public Forum provided participants an opportunity to discuss the latest developments in world trade and propose ideas to make it more sustainable. The Opening Plenary Debate set the tone for the Forum with Laura Behrens Wu (CEO and co-founder, Shippo), Christine… Read more »

Sonali Chowdhry Presented Findings from a Study on EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

3rd October 2018, Brussels, Belgium Our EUTIP researcher Sonali Chowdhry presented findings from a newly published study on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EUJEPA). This study was requested by the Committee on International Trade (INTA) ahead of the European Parliament’s final plenary vote on the agreement. It is co-authored with Professor André Sapir and Alessio Terzi at… Read more »

Three ESRs participated in the Ifo Institute annual Mountain Retreat

Three of our ESRs (Sonali Chowdhry, Jorge Soguero Escuer and Gerard Masllorens) together with Professor Felbermayr participated in the annual Mountain Retreat in International Economics organized by the Ifo Insitute Trade Group, on 24-26 September 2018. The mountain retreat aims at discussing recent, highly relevant papers in International Economics and trade, state-of-the-art econometric methods as… Read more »

Alice Manzini and Prof. Martin Trybus took part in 8th Public Procurement Research Students Conference

Alice Manzini and Prof. Martin Trybus, EUTIP Network Coordinator and Director of Research, participated in the 8th Public Procurement Research Students Conference at the University of Nottingham on 20-21 September 2018. The conference has been organised by the University of Nottingham’s Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG), a global leader in research and teaching on public procurement… Read more »

Professor Herrmann’s Recent Publications

Professor Christoph Herrmann, EUTIP Lead Researcher and Supervisor, joint with Dr. Till Müller-Ibold published the article ‘Die Entwicklung des europäischen Außenwirtschaftsrechts’ in the European Journal of Business Law (EuZW) 2018(749). Abstract: Both the recent reforms in the area of trade defence legalisation and the thematic scope and depth of recent EU free trade agreements have been dominating the academic,… Read more »