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The purpose of the conference is to explore a number of regulatory issues involving trade and related policies that cut across the economies of the United States and European Union and that have wider ramifications for the global trading system as a whole. An indication of the scope of the conference and the papers being commissioned is available via the links in the agenda, below. Attendance: Open to interested faculty, students, and the public.
2008 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm