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Announcement – First paper in EUTIP Working Paper Series

EUTIP has started its new Working Paper series with EUTIP Working Paper 01/2019. The EUTIP Working Papers series provides a forum for in-depth academic analysis of the EU trade and investment policy in any relevant research discipline (law, economics, political science, other). Researchers in this field of inquiry are invited to submit their manuscripts to… 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 »

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 »

Sonali Chowdhry presents EU-Japan EPA at AAS conference

On 22 March 2019, EUTIP Marie Curie Fellow Sonali Chowdhry attended the Annual conference organised by the Association for Asian Studies. As one of the co-authors of the latest European Parliament Study on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement, Sonali Chowdhry was invited to join as a guest speaker alongside Pekka Hakala and Stephanie Mitchell from… Read more »

Public Procurement PhD Conference in Turin

On 22 March 2019, EUTIP Marie Curie Fellow Alice Manzini and EUTIP Network Coordinator Professor Martin Trybus attended a conference for PhD students in public procurement organised by the University of Turin, one of the beneficiaries on the EUTIP ITN. 8 young researchers from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Denmark and the United Kingdom, including Alice,… Read more »

EUTIP meetings in Nottingham

16-18 January 2019, Nottingham, UK The EUTIP Marie Curie ITN met from 16 to 18 January 2019 on the beautiful campus of the University of Nottingham (University Park) in the United Kingdom (Nottingham also has campuses in China and Malaysia). The meetings started with a EUTIP Supervisory Board meeting hosted by the School of Law of… Read more »

Professor Kenner’s Publication

EUTIP Researcher and lead supervisor, Professor Jeff Kenner (University of Nottingham, School of Law) published an article on “Uber drivers are ‘workers’ – The expanding scope of the ‘worker’ concept in the UK’s gig economy”.  Abstract: This chapter aims, firstly, to evaluate the importance of granting ‘worker’ status to self- employed gig workers and, secondly, to… Read more »

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 »