Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers? Exploring TTIP

  • Kenney Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University SAIS 1740 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20036 United States

Sep 29, 2015 Event Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2015, 8:45am - 12:00pm

Kenney Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University SAIS 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036

The Center for Transatlantic Relations and the Center for European Policy Studies invite you to presentation of a new book together with leading US and European negotiators:

RULE-MAKERS OR RULE-TAKERS? EXPLORING THE TRANSATLANTIC TRADE AND INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP

In this new book, independent European and American experts go in-depth to explore TTIP’s ramifications in a range of sensitive areas, ranging from food safety and public procurement to the auto industry and the digital realm, chemicals, energy, services, investor-state settlement mechanisms, technical barriers to trade and regulatory cooperation.

Their insights cut through the caricatures, controversies and confusion swirling around TTIP and help readers understand how the United States and Europe can remain rule-makers rather than rule-takers in a world of diffuse economic power and intensified global competition.

For more information on the book and to download chapters, click here.

AGENDA

8:45 Coffee and Registration

9:00 Opening Remarks Dan Mullaney, US Chief TTIP Negotiator

9:40-10:00 Presentation of the book Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers: Exploring the TTIP Jacques Pelkmans (CEPS) and Daniel Hamilton (CTR), Co-editors

10:00-10:45 Panel I

  • This time it’s different: Turbo-charging regulatory cooperation, Peter Chase, GMF non-residential Fellow, [co-author]
  • TTIP and Public Procurement Jean Heilman Grier, former USTR Negotiator [co-author]
  • TTIP and the Auto Industry Caroline Freund, Peterson Institute for International Economics [co-author]
  • Moderator: Joe Schatz, Politico

10:45-11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 12:00 A Conversation on TTIP with David O’Sullivan, Ambassador of the European Union to the United States

12:00-1:00 Panel II

  • TTIP, Agriculture and Food Tim Josling, Stanford [co-author]
  • Chemicals Donald Elliott, Yale University [co-author]
  • TTIP’s Digital Dimension Andrea Renda, University of North Carolina/ CEPS [co-author]
  • Moderator: Matthias Matthijs, Johns Hopkins SAIS

Please RSVP if interested in attending this event.