Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: New Orientations for EU External Economic Relations by Stefan GrillerMega-Regional Trade Agreements: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: New Orientations for EU External Economic Relations by Stefan Griller

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EditorStefan Griller, Walter Obwexer, Erich Vranes

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The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA), proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the EU and the US (TTIP), and the plurilateral Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) between the EU and 22 other States have sparked a great deal ofacademic and public interest. This edited collection brings together leading experts in the field of international economic law to address the legal complexities of these treaties and provide an explanation of their core principles. In the first two chapters, this book examines the main motivations for negotiating mega-regionalagreements and changing conceptions of international economic law. In nine further contributions, international experts examine sectoral issues such as the trade, investment, and dispute settlement disciplines envisaged in these 'mega-regional' agreements. Going on to consider the progress made inintellectual property protection, the problems associated with data protection, disciplines on financial services, human rights, labour and environmental standards, issues of transparency and legitimacy, and the relationship between CETA, TTIP, and TiSA on the one hand and EU law on the other handare analysed. Concluding with four chapters that discuss the discuss fundamental questions surrounding these mega-regional agreements from an economic, a political science, and a legal perspective.
Stefan Griller was appointed Professor for Public Law with special regard to European Law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in 1991. Since 2008 he has been President of ECSA Austria. At the University of Salzburg, he has been Vice President of the Salzburg Centre of European Union Studies - SCEUS since 2011, and since ...
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Title:Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: New Orientations for EU External Economic…Format:HardcoverDimensions:368 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.03 inPublished:September 20, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Part I: Fundamental and Introductory Issues1. Stefan Griller, Walter Obwexer, Erich Vranes: Mega-Regional Agreements: New Orientations for EU External Relations?2. Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: New Trends in International Economic LawPart II: Selected Sectoral Issues3. Erich Vranes: The Contents of CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: The (Envisaged) Trade Disciplines4. Christian Tietje and Kevin Crow: The Reform of Investment Protection Rules in CETA, TTIP, and other Recent EU-FTAs: Convincing?5. Stephan Schill: Authority, Legitimacy, and Fragmentation in the (Envisaged) Dispute Settlement Disciplines in Mega-Regionals6. Thomas Cottier: Intellectual Property and Mega-Regional Agreements: Progress and Opportunities Missed7. Walter Berka: CETA, TTIP, TiSA, and Data Protection8. Christoph Ohler: CETA, TTIP, TiSA, and Financial Services9. Lorand Bartels: Human Rights, Labour Standards, and Environmental Standards in CETA10. Panos Delimatsis: TTIP, CETA, TiSA Behind Closed Doors: Transparency in the EU Trade Policy11. Stefan Mayr: CETA, TTIP, TiSA, and their Relationship with EU LawPart III: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: New Challenges for Politics, Law, and Legitimacy?12. Christoph Moser: On the Expected Economic Effects of Trade Liberalisation and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)13. Sonja Puntscher Riekmann: The Struggle for and against Globalisation: International Trade Agreements and the Democratic Question14. Stefan Griller: Three Salient Issues of the New Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements15. Verena Madner: A New Generation of Trade Agreements: An Opportunity not to be Missed?16. Stefan Griller, Walter Obwexer, Erich Vranes: Conclusions