The Local and Global Trade Policy Implications of Brexit
The University of Adelaide’s EU Centre for Global Affairs and The Australian National University’s Centre for European Studies are collaborating to host a high-level panel discussion on the local and global trade policy implications of Brexit.
Alan Winters CB
Professor of Economics, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Alan Winters CB is a leading specialist on the empirical and policy analysis of international trade, especially in developing countries, and has published over 240 articles and chapters and 30 books covering regional trading arrangements, non-tariff barriers, European integration, transition economies’ trade, international labour migration, agricultural protection, trade and poverty and the world trading system.
Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute, Geneva
Richard Baldwin has authored numerous books and articles, most recently The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization. His research interests include international trade, globalisation, regionalism and European integration.
Listen to the audio recording of this event on ANU Soundcloud
by Monday 6 March
Free and open to the public
For more information download the event flyer (148KB PDF)
The ANUCES is an initiative involving six ANU Colleges (Arts and Social Sciences; Law; Business and Economics; Asia and the Pacific; Medicine, Biology & Environment, and Engineering & Computer Science) co-funded by the ANU and the European Union.
The EU Centre is based in the Institute for International Trade at the University of Adelaide. It facilitates and engages in dialogue between academia, government, business and civil society within the European and Australian communities on matters of international trade and investment, economic development, and regional cooperation and integration in the Asia-Pacific region.