Over the past several months, posts (listed below) have noted the publication of a number of papers as part of the “TTIP in the Balance” project, jointly organized by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and the Center for Transatlantic Relations (CRT) at Johns Hopkins University. This post draws attention to the final five papers in this series:
- “Quantifying Non-Tariff Measures for TTIP” by Koen Berden and Joseph Francois
- “The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities for Consumer Protection” by Stephen Woolcock, Barbara Holzer and Petros Kusmu
- “Greater TTIP Ambition in Chemicals: Why and how” by E. Donald Elliott and Jacques Pelkmans
- “Energising the TTIP: Political economy of the trade policy rationale” by Paolo Natali, Christian Egenhofer and Gergely Molnar
- “TTIP’s Hard Core: Technical barriers to trade and standards” by Michelle Egan and Jacques Pelkmans
All of these papers, as well as those published earlier in the series, can be found on the CEPS website and the CTR website.
Jean Heilman Grier
August 7, 2015
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