Archive: August 2014

TTIP and Jobs: Does the Emperor Have Clothes?

| 21 August 2014
Blog, Trade | Tags: Employment, Services Trade, TTIP
With negotiations of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) in full swing, policymakers across the Atlantic are reiterating calls for more support of an agreement.  In the wake of increasing public criticism of the plans for a deal, notably in Europe, policymakers are under ... continue reading

At Whose Service? Employment Effects of Services Trade Reform in the MENA Region and Sub-Saharan Africa

2 October 2014
Trade, Workshops | Tags: Employment, Services Trade
Trade in services is the new frontier in international trade theory and practice. Modern trade agreements go beyond the removal of traditional barriers to goods trade, such as tariffs, and increasingly deal with issues previously thought to be of strictly domestic concern, notably in the ... continue reading