Resisting behind the border talks in TTIP: The cases of GMOs and data privacy.

Item Type Journal paper
Abstract Despite initial intentions to better align transatlantic regulation and associated practices in the negotiation of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), this was not possible for rules concerning genetically modified organisms and data privacy. By 2016 both matters effectively fell off the TTIP negotiating agenda. This paper identifies the factors responsible, specifically the critical role played by independent regulatory agencies and associated bureaucratic politics, transnational coalitions of private sector organizations, and non-government organizations and contingency. These factors are not exclusive to the two salient regulations considered here, with the implication that the identification of cross-border spillovers is at best a necessary condition for the successful negotiation of binding trade rules on behind-the-border government policies.
Authors Aggarwal, Vinod K. & Evenett, Simon J.
Journal or Publication Title Business and politics : B&P
Language English
Subjects business studies
law
political science
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
HSG Profile Area SEPS - Economic Policy
Date December 2017
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Place of Publication Cambridge
Volume 19
Number 4
Page Range 593-620
Number of Pages 27
ISSN 1369-5258
ISSN-Digital 1469-3569
Publisher DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/bap.2017.17
Depositing User David Schork
Date Deposited 18 Dec 2017 14:02
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:33
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/253022

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Aggarwal, Vinod K. & Evenett, Simon J. (2017) Resisting behind the border talks in TTIP: The cases of GMOs and data privacy. Business and politics : B&P, 19 (4). 593-620. ISSN 1369-5258

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