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In an increasingly multi-polar world economy, this research area aims to contribute to a better understanding of the need for — and design of — multilateral economic cooperation and global governance of national economic policies for sustainable development. The focus of research projects is primarily on international trade, investment and economic development questions and the operation of global institutions such as the World Trade Organisation WTO and the G20, as well as important transnational and regional cooperation initiatives such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals.
An Active programme of advisory activities and applied research that is centred on issues that are relevant for developing countries such as tailor-made training, both on the EUI premises and in other locations, and advisory work for international organisations and development agencies… read more. The Task Force aims to examine the problems posed by differences in regulation and regulatory regimes across markets and consider alternative approaches that could be taken by governments and the business community to reduce the regulatory barriers to trade… read more.
CfP: The International Economic Law Collective
This project brings together a number of policy research institutes and think tanks, primarily in emerging economies, to search for new ideas that can assist in revitalising multilateral trade cooperation… read more. This project centres on an under-researched area of trade regulation: analysis of the law, politics and economics of Rules of Origin RoO , with a particular focus on differences in approaches in the EU and the US, motivated by the ongoing negotiations to establish a Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership TTIP … read more. Do data policy restrictions impact the productivity performance of firms and industries?
Do data policy restrictions inhibit trade in services? Burning down the house? All Projects Completed Projects. Past Events. Global Governance Programme. Home Research Global Economics: Trade, Investment and Development Global Economics: Trade, Investment and Development Description Research Team and Fellows Projects News and Commentary Events Publications In an increasingly multi-polar world economy, this research area aims to contribute to a better understanding of the need for — and design of — multilateral economic cooperation and global governance of national economic policies for sustainable development.
Why this programme
Major research areas and themes include: Challenges confronting the global trade order. Working with scholars and research institutes in both developed and emerging economies, since a number of projects have been undertaken that centre on the operation of the WTO, focusing on both its negotiation and its dispute settlement functions.
Regulation, standards and market integration—what role for trade agreements? Starting in , the research team has engaged in analysis of the international spillover effects of national regulatory policies, incentives for regulators to cooperate, and actions that have been could be taken to reduce the negative effects of differences in regulatory regimes on trade and investment. This research includes analysis of how policies impact on the operation of supply chains and international production networks, and is motivated in part by the question how different forms of regulatory cooperation between states impact on non-participating nations, especially developing countries.
Work in this area includes empirical analysis of voluntary private sustainability standards; the internationalisation of public procurement regulation; and the effects of subsidies. An over-arching question is to better understand the effects of regulatory regimes — public and private — and the role trade and investment agreements can play in supporting welfare-enhancing regulatory cooperation. Services and sustainable development. The focus of analysis includes empirical assessments of the relationship between the productivity of services firms and overall economic performance, and the role of services in structural transformation in developing countries.
Governance and the impacts of trade and investment policies. A stylized fact established in the economic development literature is that institutions are critical for sustained growth in per capita incomes over time. Research here centres on identifying how the impacts of trade and investment barriers depend on the quality of governance in a country, with a focus on analysing whether and how sector-specific policies play a role in determining the effects of trade and investment barriers.
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