CFP: Normative Aspects of International Trade Agreements
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Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Name der Publikation: Moral Philosophy and Politics
Moral Philosophy & Politics invites contributions to a special issue focusing on the normative aspects of international trade agreements.
Guest Editor: Valentin Beck, FU Berlin.
Mega-regional trade deals such as TPP, TTIP, CETA and TISA have become the focus of intense public debate as well as a central theme in populist politics. The US 2016 elections have created further uncertainty about the fate of some of the proposed deals. There is however an undiminished necessity to address enduring normative questions concerning the current infrastructure of world trade. Many advocacy groups’ criticisms of trade deals such as TTIP are not founded on fundamental opposition to free trade. They support free trade but insist that trade agreements must be made consistent with democratic regulation, the reduction of economic inequalities, and effective consumer, labour and environmental standards.
This special issue will bring together empirically informed normative perspectives to determine whether and how such goals could be achieved through international trade institutions. Contributors are invited to approach this topic from different angles.
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