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Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers?: Exploring the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

by Jacques Pelkmans and Daniel Hamilton Centre for European Policy Studies
Pub Date:
08/2015
ISBN:
9781783487110
Format:
Pbk 560 pages
Price:
AU$150.00 NZ$156.52
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A timely and in-depth analysis of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) aimed at decision makers, advisors and analysts.

Part I: Rules, Norms and Standards / 1.Rule-makers or rule-takers? An introduction to TTIP,
Daniel S. Hamilton and Jacques Pelkmans / 2. This time it's different: Turbo-charging regulatory cooperation, Peter Chase and Jacques Pelkmans / 3. TTIP's Hard Core: Technical barriers to trade and standards, Michelle Egan and Jacques Pelkmans / 4. Quantifying Non-Tariff Measures for TTIP, Koen Berden and Joseph Francois / 5. Transatlantic Investment Treaty Protection, Lauge Poulsen, Jonathan Bonnitcha and Jason Yackee / 6. Transatlantic Investment Treaty Protection n++ A response to Poulsen, Bonnitcha & Yackee, Freya Baetens / 7. TTIP and Consumer Protection, Stephen Woolcock, Barbara Holzer and Petros Kusmu / 8. TTIP's Broader Geostrategic Implications, Daniel S. Hamilton and Steven Blockmans / Part II: Sectoral Issues / 9. Agriculture, Food and TTIP: Possibilities and pitfalls, Tim Josling and Stefan Tangermann / 10. TTIP and Public Procurement, Stephen Woolcock and Jean Heilman Grier / 11. TTIP: The services dimension, Patrick Messerlin / 12. Telecommunications and the Internet: TTIP's digital dimension, Andrea Renda and Christopher S. Yoo / 13. Greater TTIP Ambition in Chemicals: Why and how, E. Donald Elliott and Jacques Pelkmans / 14. TTIP and Energy, Paolo Natali, Christian Egenhofer and Gergely Molnar / 15. Gains from Convergence in US and EU Auto Regulations under TTIP, Caroline Freund and Sarah Oliver / About the CEPS-CTR Project: TTIP in the Balance / Index

Whether the issue is the 'old trade' barriers of market access or the 'new trade' challenge of regulatory cooperation, and whether the perspective is economics or geopolitics, these valuable essays will tell you what you need to know about TTIP: It's an incredible GÇô and timely GÇô resource.
Jacques Pelkmans is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels. Daniel S. Hamilton is the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor and Director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University.