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EU Trade and Investment Policy

Arts and Law, International, Lectures Talks and Workshops
Thursday 2nd (10:00) - Friday 3rd July 2020 (17:00)
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The EUTIP Network Conference 

2-3 July 2020 in Brussels


Scholars and postgraduate research students in any discipline (law, politics, history, economics …) are invited to submit proposals for papers on any issue relating to EU Trade and Investment Policy. 

Please send the title of your proposed paper + a 200-word abstract + your contact details to: n.r.

Deadline: 22 December 2019. Responses can be expected by the end of January 2020. Full papers are not required but can be considered for publication as a EUTIP Working Paper  or IEL (Birmingham) Working Paper.

The conference will be co-organised by the ifw – Institute for the World Economy in Kiel (Germany) and the IEL - Institute of European Law of the University of Birmingham (UK) within the framework and as the Network Conference of the EU Trade and Investment Policy ‘EUTIP’ Innovative Training Network funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. The 15 Early Stage Researcher and their supervisors will present their research findings at the conference along with invited speakers from academia, the EU, law firms, and think tanks, and those selected from this call for papers. The conference is also the seventh instalment of the IEL’s ‘The Future of European Law and Policy’ conference series which started in 2008. It will be held at the premises of the University of Birmingham in Brussels. There will be no fee for speakers selected from this call for papers but they have to cover their own travel and accommodation costs. 

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