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October 2014        

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Risks and Opportunities for the EU Agri-food sector in a possible EU-US Trade Agreement

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is under negotiation. This report provides a detailed overview of EU - US agricultural trade. It analyses current barriers to trade, paying special attention to non - tariff measures. This information is then used in a computable general equilibrium model of international trade to assess the potential impact of the TTIP on agri-food exports, imports and value added. This study also includes a general discussion on the opportunities and risks of a TTIP for the EU agricultural sector.>>>
Jean-Christophe Bureau, Anne-Célia Disdier, Charlotte Emlinger, Gabriel Felbermayr, Lionel Fontagné, Jean Fouré, Sébastien Jean


The delusion of State guarantees

European policymakers are currently busy addressing two issues: moribund investment and banks on extended sick leave. Some observers might be tempted to segregate these issues. While investment would be in the remit of States, the financial health of our economies would be under the responsibility of the ECB alone. >>>
Natacha Valla


Reforming the European Investment Bank: a New Architecture for Public Investment in Europe

Some five years after the severe recession of 2009, private sector investment in Europe is still dangerously sluggish. And public investment has been cut further, reinforcing a long term downward trend. At a mere 2% of GDP, it has halved over thirty years. >>>
Natacha Valla

  • Economists
  • Economiste
    Deadline for application :
    October 10, 2014
  • ISSN: 1255-7072
    Editorial Director : Antoine Bouët
    Managing Editor : Dominique Pianelli