Taking Stock of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement

Tuesday, April 12, 2011 - 1:15 PM
Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS), 55 Laurier Avenue East, Desmarais Building, Room 3210, Ottawa, Canada
Apr 12
CIPS presents: TAKING STOCK OF THE CANADA-EU COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC AND TRADE AGREEMENT A half-day conference and experts panels featuring: Jason Langrish, Canada-Europe Roundtable for Business John Curtis, Centre for International Governance Innovation Patrick Leblond, University of Ottawa Terry Collins-Williams, Carleton University/University of Ottawa Phil Rourke, Carleton University/University of Ottawa Christopher Kukucha, University of Lethbridge Anca Gurzu, Embassy Magazine Gerd Braune, German Newspaper Correspondent Christopher Waddell, Carleton University

Event Speakers

John M. Curtis’s research covers all aspects of international trade, with a recent focus on the relationship between trade and intellectual property, innovation and competitiveness. John was the founding chief economist of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. He also is an adjunct professor at Queen’s University and chair of Statistics Canada’s Advisory Committee on International Trade.