2016 AgLaw COLLOQUIUM
AGRI-FOOD AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY AGENDA IN REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS: Legal Implications and Trends
Call for Papers
* extended deadline: 30th June 2016 *
The Institute of Law, Politics and Development is pleased to announce the 2016 AgLaw Colloquium which will be held on Thursday 20 and Friday 21
The AgLaw Colloquium is intended to be an opportunity for early-career researchers (Ph.D. candidates and post-docs) to present and discuss their results and methodological approaches in a supportive environment. It is inspired by the wish to share on-going analysis, questions and exploration fields in agricultural law from a global perspective.
Based on the feedback received from the 2015 edition, the AgLaw Colloquium represents a key opportunity to bring scholars together from all over the world and to build a network of young researchers interested in the legal aspects of the agriculture, food and the environment.
Regional trade agreements (RTAs) have been regarded as an important alternative to multilateralism in the last decade. More recently the scale and scope of most of these agreements have been eclipsed by the level of ambition of a number of new ‘mega-regional’ negotiations (e.g. TTIP, TPP, RCEP, CFTA), which have the potential to significantly reshape the global trade landscape. These so-called mega-RTAs are deep integration partnerships between countries or regions with a major share of world trade and foreign direct investments. In this
Agriculture is one of the main areas in which parties to these talks are seeking to achieve mutual concessions. The 2016 AgLaw Colloquium is aimed at investigating the multiple effects of the current developments in the international trade system
We welcome papers dealing with legal issues on agricultural and environmental aspects of RTAs and mega-RTAs; the role of agri-food and environmental issues within the new framework of international trade and investments, as well as the potential shape of the global regulatory system and the regional (such as EU) legislation; how rules and policies on agri-food trade could affect global food security, food safety, rural development and environmental sustainability.
Those interested should send the submission form (attached herein) to email@example.com no later than May 16, 2016 (extended deadline: 30th June). Upon acceptance, the author must submit a draft paper (maximum 8000 words, footnotes included) no later than September 25, 2016. The final paper will be eligible for publication in an edited book.
A contribution of 100
For more information or questions, please contact Colloquium Organisers (Mariagrazia Alabrese, Lucia Polackova, Andrea Saba, Francesca Spagnuolo) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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