The main aim of the project is the publication of a book in Norwegian about the consequences for the seafood industry if the EEA agreement is terminated.
In this project, NUPI will contribute to address the need for knowledge on the feed on the new global trade situation.
If president Trump doesn’t change his mind, the WTO will be in a crisis from 11 December. What has caused the crisis, and can it be resolved?
The accusations are numerous during the US-China trade war. At this seminar, Professor Rolf J. Langhammer will review the facts of China's trade policy.
This project will produce a comprehensive study of Russia's economy, focusing on regulations, laws, subsidies and other aspects that may interfere in competition in the markets.
Are state-owned enterprises a culprit or a scapegoat in the new protectionism?
At this seminar, we will take a closer look at EU’s trade, investment and intellectual property rights policies related to China.
With India’s massive poverty, food issues rank high on the policy agenda, including food consumption and food prices, and the income and power distribution along the food value chains. In recent work, NUPI researchers and partners have shed new light on key issues in the field.
How successful have economic reforms been in Cuba? And what alternatives are there?