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Regional trade agreements spread across the world. Discriminatory liberalization agreements are becoming trans-continental. Globalization changes the world balance of economic and political power. Emerging countries gain from international cooperation at the expense of the industrialized ones. Production processes internationalize, trade in goods and services as well as migrations and capital flows intensify. As a result, the tightening of EU-US economic relations in the course of the currently negotiated Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement becomes particularly important.
This international conference organized at Warsaw School of Economics “The Impact of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) on International Cooperation – Conclusions for EU Members from Central and Eastern Europe, scheduled at 30.11-1.12.2015
, will analyze the impact of TTIP on global economic cooperation, on EU economic relations (external and internal) as well as on opportunities, threats and ways to safeguard EU economic and social interests. The Conference discussion will focus not only on economic, but also on interdisciplinary issues covering social sciences and law.We invite the submission of papers in Polish or English. The best papers in English, after peer reviewing, will be published in CESifo or International Journal of Management and Economics. Remaining positively reviewed papers in Polish and English will be published in a monograph.
The organizers suggest the following subjects.
1. TTIP effects on the new EU Member States
2. Global system of political and economic forces after TTIP
3. TTIP and non-discriminatory liberalization of trade under WTO
4. Controversies regarding TTIP objective scope
5. TTIP and the EU-NAFTA cooperation
Scientific supervision of conference:
Prof. Elzbieta Czarny (Warsaw School of Economics - Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie) - Chair
Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr (University of Munich, IFO Institute) - Co-chair