In recent years, countries have increasingly pursued Deep Trade Agreements that move beyond simple tariff reduction to address a complex range of behind-the-border barriers to trade. Such agreements promote regulatory convergence, facilitate customs administration, and address competition policies.
How do policymakers address the impacts of Deep Trade Agreements in their deliberations? Have environmental and labor rights provisions in such agreements been effective? And how can these agreements help spur economic growth and promote human flourishing?
Join us to hear insights from a panel of experts who will address these important questions in a wide-ranging conversation.
How to Watch
Please use the link below to access this discussion on November 17. You may be prompted to download Webex software in order to watch.
This discussion is part of Deep Trade Agreements: Measurement and Impacts, a virtual symposium presented by the US International Trade Commission and the Keough School of Global Affairs, and co-sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies’ Initiative on International Economic Integration Lab.
This discussion and the symposium are held under the Chatham House Rule. Participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speakers, nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.
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