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Kick-off of the Digital Trade Integration project

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When

01 July 2021

10:00 - 12:05 Italian time

Where

Online

via Zoom

A workshop co-organised with the Jean Monnet Network: Trade & Investment in Services Associates (TIISA), kick-starting the Digital Trade Integration project through a series of presentations and brain-storming sessions.

N.B. THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE ENTIRELY ONLINE (It was hybrid but now only online).

This workshop, co-organised with the Jean Monnet Network: Trade & Investment in Services Associates (TIISA), aims to be a first brainstorming event for members and partners of the Digital Trade Integration project. In addition to presenting the project, the workshop will discuss a selected group of policies that are on the table in the WTO Joint Statement Initiative (JSI) negotiations on electronic commerce. These policies are potentially restrictive for digital trade and include regimes for intermediary liability, restrictions on data flows and data processing, requirements to provide access to source code and other IPR-related policies, and requirements for online payments.

For each topic, there will be 5 minutes for presentations and 15 minutes for open discussion. Based on the discussion, a policy-brief will be prepared highlighting the main issues that deserve further discussion as part of the CIVICA project.

HYBRID workshop: It is possible to participate either IN PERSON or ONLINE - please select your preference when you register.

Zoom link will be sent upon registration.

Deadline for registrations: 30 June @ 5pm CEST.

Attachments:

Speaker(s):

Martina Francesca Ferracane (European University Institute)

Daniëlle Flonk (Hertie School)

Laurent Manderieux (Bocconi University)

Deborah Elms (Asian Trade Center)

Agnieszka Jablonowska (European University Institute)

Jane Drake-Brockman (University of Adelaide)

William Drake (Columbia Institute for Tele-Information at the Columbia Business School)

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