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US Trade and Migration: From NAFTA to TTIP

Dates:
  • Thu 28 May 2015 13.00 - 14.30
  Add to Calendar 2015-05-28 13:00 2015-05-28 14:30 Europe/Paris US Trade and Migration: From NAFTA to TTIP

What is the relationship between trade and migration? Are the mega regional trade agreements, more commonly known as TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) and TTIP (Trans Atlantic Trade and Investment Parternship) likely to affect migration flows? Philip Martin takes stock of the US Mexico experience with the NAFTA and CAFTA-DR (the North American and Central American trade agreements) and migration management and uses this knowledge to suggest that while trade and migration should be interlinked, trade agreements and related increase in trade does not seem to have a major effect on migration trends.

Seminar Room, Villa Malafrasca DD/MM/YYYY
  Seminar Room, Villa Malafrasca

What is the relationship between trade and migration? Are the mega regional trade agreements, more commonly known as TPP (Trans Pacific Partnership) and TTIP (Trans Atlantic Trade and Investment Parternship) likely to affect migration flows? Philip Martin takes stock of the US Mexico experience with the NAFTA and CAFTA-DR (the North American and Central American trade agreements) and migration management and uses this knowledge to suggest that while trade and migration should be interlinked, trade agreements and related increase in trade does not seem to have a major effect on migration trends.


Location:
Seminar Room, Villa Malafrasca

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Seminar

Organiser:
Prof. Anna Triandafyllidou

Contact:
Francesca Elia - Send a mail

Discussant:
Bernard Hoekman (EUI - RSCAS)

Speaker:
Philip Martin (UCDavis)

Links:
The Global Governance Programme
 
 

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