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16 novembre 2017

Richard Baldwin: Robots will steal jobs, but not everyone’s

Robots are cheaper to employ than humans, don’t take holidays or maternity leave, and don’t go home at five o’clock, so should we all fear for our jobs? Not according to Professor of International Economics Richard Baldwin, co-director of the Graduate Institute’s Centre for Trade and Economic Integration and author of The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization. “We’re going...
16 octobre 2017

Joost Pauwelyn on the Data-Driven Future of Legal Research

Prof. Pauwelyn, Alschner and Puig explore the added value, but also the challenges, of empirical research.

08 septembre 2017

Geneva International Economic Law Sessions

The Geneva International Economic Law Research Sessions, or GIEL Sessions for short, is the CTEI’s new interdisciplinary workshop. Initiated by Joost Pauwelyn in 2016, members of the Graduate Institute’s...

25 juillet 2017

Liam Fox: WTO can regain ability to shape global trade

Speaking at the Graduate Institute on 20 July, Liam Fox, UK Secretary of State for International Trade, highlighted the World Trade Organization’s role as the central pillar of global free trade. “The...

21 juillet 2017

Making the case for multilateralism

On 18 July Nirmala Sitharaman, India’s Minister of State for Commerce & Industry reaffirmed India’s commitment to multilateralism during a public lecture at the Graduate Institute. “For areas of global...