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Aichele, Rahel and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2015) The Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal (TPP): What are the economic consequences for in- and outsiders? GED Focus Paper. UNSPECIFIED.


Babarinde, Olufemi (2015) Implications of the Proposed EU-U.S. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership for EU-Sub-Sahara Africa Relations. [Conference Proceedings] (Unpublished)

Buonanno, Laurie and Dudek, Carolyn Marie (2015) Opposition to the TTIP in the EU and the US: Implications for the EU’s “democratic deficit”. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)


Cernat, Lucian and Kutlina-Dimitrova , Zornitsa (2016) TTIP and Public Procurement: Going beyond the tip of the iceberg. CEPS Policy Brief No. 339, March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Cleeton, David L. (2015) Global Value Chains and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)


Eliasson, Leif Johan (2015) Options and possibilities in TTIP: two sectors and the mother of controversial issues. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Eliasson, Leif Johan (2015) The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Interest groups and public opinion. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)


Felbermayr, Gabriel and Aichele, Rahel (2015) How to make TTIP inclusive for all? Potential economic impacts of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) on developing countries. Bertelsmann Studies. UNSPECIFIED.

Felbermayr, Gabriel and Heid, Benedikt and Lehwald, Sybille (2013) Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Who benefits from a free trade deal? Part 1: Macroeconomic effects. Bertelsmann Studies. UNSPECIFIED.

Felbermayr, Gabriel and Lehwald, Sybille and Schoof, Ulrich and Ronge, Mirko (2013) States, Branches of Industry and Education Levels. Who will Benefit in Germany from a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)? Final Report, Part 2: Microeconomic Effects in Germany. UNSPECIFIED.

Freya Baetens, Freya Baetens and Koen Berden, Koen Berden and Steven Blockmans, Steven Blockmans and Jonathan Bonnitcha, Jonathan Bonnitcha and Peter Chase, Peter Chase and Michelle Egan, Michelle Egan and Christian Egenhofer, Christian Egenhofer and E. Donald Elliott, E. Donald Elliott and Joseph Francois, Joseph Francois and Caroline Freund, Caroline Freund and Daniel S. Hamilton, Daniel S. Hamilton and Jean Heilman Grier, Jean Heilman Grier and Barbara Holzer, Barbara Holzer and Tim Josling, Tim Josling and Petros Kusmu, Petros Kusmu and Patrick Messerlin, Patrick Messerlin and Gergely Molnar, Gergely Molnar and Paolo Natali, Paolo Natali and Sarah Oliver, Sarah Oliver and Jacques Pelkmans, Jacques Pelkmans and Lauge Poulsen, Lauge Poulsen and Andrea Renda, Andrea Renda and Stefan Tangermann, Stefan Tangermann and Stephen Woolcock, Stephen Woolcock and Jason Yackee, Jason Yackee and Christopher S. Yoo, Christopher S. Yoo (2015) Rule-Makers or Rule-Takers? Exploring the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. UNSPECIFIED.


Garcia-Duran, Patricia and Millet, Montserrat (2015) Efficient bilateralism? The TTIP from an EU Trade Policy perspective. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

Govaere, Inge (2016) TTIP and Dispute Settlement: Potential Consequences for the Autonomous EU Legal Order. Research Paper in Law 01/2016. UNSPECIFIED.


Heron, Tony and Quaglia, Lucia (2015) The New Political Economy of Transatlantic Economic Cooperation: Divergent Preferences, Regime Complexity and the Changing Distribution of Global Economic Power. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)


Kakara, Tatiana (2020) Mega-regionals and the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement: A Historical Institutionalist Analysis. College of Europe EU Diplomacy Paper 4/2020. [Working Paper]

Kellner, Tobias (2016) Going beyond pure economics: The EU’s strategic motivation to negotiate the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Bruges Political Research Papers 51/2016. [Policy Paper]


Novotna, Tereza (2015) The European Union and the United States: A Long Walk to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)


Perulli, Adalberto (2015) Sostenibilità, diritti sociali e commercio internazionale: la prospettiva del Trans‐Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). WP CSDLE “Massimo D’Antona”.INT – 115/2015 = Sustainability, social rights and trade international: the perspective of the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). WP CSDLE “Massimo D’Antona”.INT – 115/2015. [Working Paper]


Rojas-Romagosa, Hugo (2016) Potential Economic Effects of TTIP for the Netherlands and the EU. CEPS Working Document No. 425 / September 2016. [Working Paper]


Schoof, Ulrich and Ronge, Mirco and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2013) Federal States, Industries and Education Level – Effects of TTIP in Germany. Policy Brief #2013/05. [Policy Paper]

Scotto, Matteo (2016) The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) An Insight into its Transatlantic Relations and Global Context. ZEI Discussion Paper C238 2016. [Discussion Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2015) TTIP or TTTF? Why the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will most likely become a trade treaty too far. Egmont Commentary, 5 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Sojka, Aleksandra and Díaz-Lanchas, Jorge and Steinberg, Frederico (2020) The politicisation of transatlantic trade in Europe: Explaining inconsistent preferences regarding free trade and the TTIP. LEQS Paper No. 151/2019 January 2020. [Discussion Paper]


van den Hengel, Ruben (2013) The Rise of Mega-FTAs. EU Centre in Singpore Fact Sheet (October 2013). UNSPECIFIED.


Young, Alisdair R. (2015) TTIP as 21st Century Trade Politics. [Conference Proceedings] (Submitted)

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