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The CLES is currently planning the following events:
More Than Money: The Economics of Payments and Its Regulation
Speaker: Professor David Evans, University College London
11 March 2015
The Microsoft Antitrust Cases: Retrospective and prospective
Speakers: Andrew I. Gavil, Professor, Howard University School of Law and former Director, Office of Policy Planning at Federal Trade Commission and
Harry First, Charles L. Denison Professor of Law. Co-Director, Competition, Innovation, and Information Law Program. New York University School of Law
4 February 2015
The Challenging Nature of Cartel Criminalisation: A Case Study of the UK
Speaker: Dr Peter Whelan, University of Leeds
3 February 2015
For more information, please go to the events pages.
For general enquiries, please contact:
+44 (0)20 7679 1407
t.wingender [at] ucl.ac.uk
For research project enquiries, please contact:
Dr Ioannis Lianos
+44 (0)20 7679 1028
i.lianos [at] ucl.ac.uk .
- The One and the Many: Elaborating a taxonomy of Impact Assessment practices in Europe by Ioannis Lianos and Mihaly Fazekas
For more working papers, please visit the CLES Research Paper Series section on this website.
Trust, Distrust and Economic Integration
- Modern Law Review Workshop
|30 June & 1 July 2009||The Regulation of Trade in Services: Trust, Distrust and Economic Integration|
About the workshop
The Workshop is a joint initiative between the Centre for Law, Economics and Society at University College London and the Centre for European Legal Studies at the Cambridge Faculty of Law.
The workshop explored the regulation of services in the European Internal Market and other international trade regimes, such as the WTO. The aim was to examine the importance of the concept of ‘trust’ in the liberalisation of services and ‘trust’ building mechanisms that enable States to accept service provision that is governed by a regulatory standard determined and enforced elsewhere. This should explain de-regulation, sector specific re-regulation, and the exclusion of specific sectors from the scope of international rules on trade in services. The results are relevant not only to the European Internal Market project, but also to other projects of regional or global economic integration and governance, such as the MERCOSUR, ASEAN and the WTO.
||This workshop led to the publication of Regulating Trade in Services in the EU and the WTO: Trust, Distrust and Economic Integration. Ioannis Lianos (Co-Editor with Okeoghene Odudu), Cambridge University Press 2012.|
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