Policy Brief
Impact of digital technologies and the fourth industrial revolution on trade in services
Christopher Findlay (Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide), Erik van der Marel (European Centre for International Political Economy), Fukunari Kimura (Keio University, ERIA), Hein Roelfsema (Utrecht University), Hildegunn Kyvik-Nordås (Orebro University, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs), Ingo Borchert (Sussex University), Jane Drake-Brockman (Institute for International Trade, University of Adelaide), Magnus Lodefalk (Orebro University), Mustafa Yagci (Islamic Development), Nigel Cory (Information Technology and Innovation Foundation), Sherry Stephenson (PECC Taskforce on Services), Shin-Yi Peng (National Tsing Hua University), Yose Rizal Damuri (Centre for Strategic and International Studies), Ziyang Fan (World Economic Forum)
Policy Brief
Industrial subsidies as a major policy response since the global financial crises: Consequences and remedies
Andreas Freytag (Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, University of Stellenbosch), Henry Gao (Singapore Management University), Naoise McDonagh (Institute for International Trade, The University of Adelaide), Peter Draper (Institute for International Trade in the Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide, Australia), Simon Evenett (University of St. Gallen, Global Trade Alert)
Policy Brief
Improving key functions of the world trade organization: Fostering open plurilaterals, regime management, and decision-making
Anwarul Hoda (Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER)), Axel Berger (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)), Clara Brandi (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)), Manfred Elsig (World Trade Institute (WTI), University of Bern), Xinquan Tu (University of International Business & Economics (UIBE))
Policy Brief
The need for WTO reform: Where to start in governing world trade?
Andreas Freytag (Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena, University of Stellenbosch), Axel Berger (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)), Claudia Schmucker (German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)), Fabrizzio Botti (Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)), M. Sait Akman (Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV)), Peter Draper (Institute for International Trade in the Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide, Australia), Pier Carlo Padoan (Member of the Italian Parliament, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI))
Policy Brief
Reforming investor-state dispute settlement and promotion of trade and investment cooperation
Anton Asoskov (Lomonosov Moscow State University), Attila Tanzi (University of Bologna), Crina Baltag (Stockholm University), Faisal Alfadhel (Saudi Shura Council), Giammarco Rao (Queen Mary University of London), James Claxton (Rikkyo University), Kabir Duggal (Columbia Law School), Loukas Mistelis (Queen Mary University of London), Mark Feldman (Peking University School of Transnational Law), Roberto Castro de Figueiredo (St Mary’s University), Sergio Puig (University of Arizona), Wenhua Shan (Xi'an Jiaotong University)
Policy Brief
How the G20 can advance sustainable and digital investment
Adnan Serič (United Nations Industrial Development Organization), Augustine Peter (Research and Information System for Developing Countries), Karl P. Sauvant (Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, Columbia University), Lucia Tajoli (Politecnico di Milano), Matthew Stephenson (World Economic Forum), Mohammed Faiz Shaul Hamid (Islamic Development Bank Group)
Policy Brief
Trade implications of tax expenditures
Agustin Redonda (Council on Economic Policies), Facundo Calvo (IELPO LL.M., University of Barcelona), Gilles Carbonnier (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies), Irma Mosquera Valderrama (Leiden University), Rahul Mehrotra (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies), Robert Koopman (World Trade Organization)
Policy Brief
Africa’s diversification and its trade policy transformation
Abebe Shimeles (African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)), Axel Berger (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)), Clara Brandi (German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)), David Luke (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa), Fatima Olanike Kareem (University of Goettingen), Frederik Stender (German Development Institute), Njuguna Ndung’u (African Economic Research Consortium (AERC)), Olayinka Idowu Kareem (University of Hohenheim), Rim Ben Ayed Mouelhi (Euro Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES)), Simon Mevel (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa), Wilson Wasike (African Economic Research Consortium)
Policy Brief
Economic diversification in the mena region
Abdulelah Darandary (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research), Amer Al Roubaie (Ahlia University), Ayman Zebran (University of Business Technology), David Havrlant (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)), Farah Durani (University of Business and Technology), Hatem Akeel (University of Business and Technology), Imed Drine (Islamic Development Bank), Jamal Alzayer (King Fahd University for Petroleum & Minerals), Mohsen Tavakol (Atlantic Council), Said A. Alshaikh (Riyadh Economic Forum), Salah Abu Nar (University of Business and Technology)
Policy Brief
Diversification and the world trading system
Abdelaaziz Ait Ali (Policy Center for the New South), Abdulelah Darandary (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research), Anabel Gonzalez (the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC, and a consultant on trade and investment), Carlos Braga (King Faisal University), Mohammed Al Doghan (King Faisal University), Muhammad Bhatti (King Faisal University), Niclas Poitiers (Bruegel),

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