Selection of articles on TTIP:
Studies on TTIP
- Association for International Affairs (2013) Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Perspectives, Obstacles, and Implications for the Czech Republic. Semerák, V. Policy Paper 4/2013. Paper prepared for the International Conference „Renewing Euro-Atlantic Economic Ties: Towards the Transatla
- Bertelsmann Foundation (2013) Transatlantic Trade and Investment Parnership (TTIP) – Who benefits from a free trade deal? – Part 1: Macroeconomic Effects . Felbermayr, G., Heid, B., and Lehwald, S. June 2013.
- CEPII (2013) Transatlantic Trade: Wither Partnership, Which Economic Consequences? Policy Brief CEPII. Fontagné, L., Gourdon, J., and Jean, S. No 1 September 2013.
- CEPRa (2013) Reducing Transatlantic Barriers to Trade and Investment: An Economic Assessment. Francois, J., Manchin M., Norberg, H., Pindyuk, and O., Tomberger, P. IIDE Discussion Papers 20130401, Institute for International and Development Economics. March 2013.
- CEPRb (2013) Estimating the Economic Impact on the UK of a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Agreement between the European Union and the United States. Final Project Report. Commission by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. London,
- ECORYS (2012) Study on „EU-US High Level Working group“ – Final Report. Plaisier, N., Mulder, A., Vermeulen, J, and Berden, K. Prepared for the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation. Rotterdam, October 2012.
- FIW (2013) Modelling the Effects of Free Trade Agreements between the EU and Canada, USA and Moldova / Georgia / Armenia on the Austrian Economy: Model Simulations for Trade Policy Analysis. Francois, J., and Pindyuk, O. Prepared for the Austrian Ministry of Econom
- Swedish National Board of Trade (2012) Potential Effects from an EU–US Free Trade Agreement –Sweden in Focus. Kinnman, S., and Hagberg, T.
My position on TTIP
The Doha-round has been stalling and emerging regions such as China and India are on the verge of dominating the global trade in the near future. By revitalizing the transatlantic project, economic growth could not only be essentially fostered, but our position on the international stage be strengthened. As coordinator of my political group in the Committee on International Trade, I support a transatlantic trade agreement, seek to follow the process closely and comment on new developments.