European Centre on the International Political Economy

ECIPE

European Centre on the International Political Economy

Type Think Tank
Website ecipe.org
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 2006
Headquarters Brussels Belgium Belgium
Functions Research
Tags economics international trade
Summary The European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE) is an independent and non-profit policy research think tank dedicated to trade policy and other international economic policy issues of importance to Europe. It is based in Brussels and was founded in 2006 by the economists Fredrik Erixon and Razeen Sally.[1]


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ECIPE · 11 January 2022 English

Key Takeaway 8: Strengthening IP in EU FTAs also has positive sectoral effects in the EU and in EU Member States The EU IP-intensive sectors that would increase exports most …


ECIPE · 10 January 2022 English

Chapter 6 covers the key question of what the economic effects are of stronger IP provisions in EU FTAs: what is the FTA coverage of IP-intensive trade, what are the …


ECIPE · 3 December 2021 English

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ECIPE · 26 November 2021 English

The debate around the agreement continues prior to its ratification and the goal of this policy brief is to inform this debate with facts and figures and to anchor it …


ECIPE · 2 November 2021 English

There will be a atory strategies that other countries argues that the current design of the price for the EU to pay and the more will use against the EU, …


ECIPE · 28 September 2021 English

Between 2010 and 2019, Chinese companies gained considerable market share in the EU’s purchases of APIs across value and volume, going from 5 percent and 12 percent in 2010 to …


ECIPE · 28 September 2021 English

THE IMPORTANCE OF FIRM SIZE IN TECH DEVELOPMENT: WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE FUTURE? The Dunlop story clearly illustrates that firm size and structure, technological innovation and trade policy have …


ECIPE · 15 July 2021 English

It is time to change the services narrative, to show that this is real and growing trade, and likely to increase in importance in the future. [...] O R G …


ECIPE · 13 July 2021 English

It evaluates all aspects of trade competitiveness with the US in digital services for the DST5 and the non-DST countries (in addition to a third group of countries; see below). …


ECIPE · 6 July 2021 English

These conditions are quite diverse and include the consent of the data subject, the use of specific legal mechanisms such as binding corpo- rate rules (BCRs), the compliance with specific …


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