The new US government’s denouncement of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, as well as a new stance regarding NAFTA and TTIP marks a radical change of vision regarding foreign trade. In EU member states national economic concerns are on the rise too, but EU rules stipulate a free trade order. For the past 70 years trade without obstacles has been the dominant paradigm even if control was accepted in areas related to national security (ie. defence industry or telecoms) and currency fluctuations. Why do we see this questioning of the multilateral architecture of the international policy arrangements around trade and finance? Is a radical new approach coming into being?
Mr. Dăianu is a member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania, former MEP and former minister of finance of Romania. In addition, he is the author of several books on international economy. His last book is "New Europe and the Great Recession" published in 2017.
Sandwhiches and beer/water will be served from 17.00 till 17.30.
The event will take place at CSS, Københavns Universitet, Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1014 København K, room 35.01.06 (entrance from Gammeltoftsgade 13).