Bilateral and regional trade and investment agreements

The project investigates the drivers and implications of bilateral and regional trade and investment agreements and especially their implications for developing and emerging economies. It puts the spotlight on deep agreements that go beyond traditional trade questions in many ways and address isues such as the environment. It exlores their role regarding the integration of developing countries into the international trading system and global value chains.

Project Lead:
Clara Brandi

Project Team:
Axel Berger
Olekseyuk, Zoryana

Time Frame:
2017 - 2017 / completed

Project description

The project investigates the drivers and implications of bilateral and regional trade and investment agreements and especially their implications for developing and emerging economies. It puts the spotlight on deep agreements that go beyond traditional trade questions in many ways and address issues such as the environment. It explores their role regarding the integration of developing countries into the international trading system and global value chains.

Events

Project Coordination

Anette Koehler-Rahm

Current Publications

The impact of Brexit for developing countries

Olekseyuk, Zoryana / Clara Brandi
The Current Column of 15 January 2019

Ukraine's unconsidered losses from the annexation of Crimea: what should we account for in the DCFTA forecasts?

Olekseyuk, Zoryana / Hannah Schürenberg-Frosch
Externe Publikationen of 14 January 2019

Pathways for policy coherence in implementation of NDC and SDGs in Viet Nam and the role of civil society

Nguyen, Quynh / Hannah Janetscheck / Gabriela Iacobuta / Adis Dzebo
Externe Publikationen of 14 January 2019

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