Seminar: Sustainability in European Union Trade Policy
An underlying objective is to strengthen the competitiveness of production relying on environmentally friendly technologies.
This requires continued engagement to support trading on WTO terms, the further inclusion of environmental clauses in trade agreements and enhanced intellectual property-rights protection.
To provide insights into plausible policy implications, we need to take stock of the current policy implementation and draw on evidence from international economics research. These will be discussed in the seminar.
Presenter: Associate Professor Susanna Thede, Institute for European Studies, University of Malta
Discussant: Emeritus Professor Richard Pomfret, University of Adelaide
Moderator: Professor Peter Draper, Jean Monnet Chair in Trade and Environment, University of Adelaide
Please note this is an 'in person' event and will not be recorded
*light lunch will be served at 1:30pm*
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