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ECIPE Webinar: Putting the Band Back Together Again – Can TTTC Revive Transatlantic Economic Cooperation?

October 28 2021
Venue: ZOOM Webinar
Speakers: Matthias Bauer, Elena Bryan, Ed Gresser, Stormy-Annika Mildner
Time: 15:00

Please join us for a webinar on TTTC

A few weeks ago, the EU and the US launched the Transatlantic Trade and Technology Council (TTTC) – a new initiative that has been billed by both sides as an effort to develop norms and policies for 21st-century economic issues. The initiative follows a raft of initiatives in the new millennium to deepen Transatlantic economic cooperation and resolve bilateral frictions, but the context may be different this time. There is more great-power competition about rules and norms for the global economy and technological development, and the Transatlantic relation itself has been fraying. What should the two sides aim for with the new initiative: should it be more like a Tech Nato than the previous Transatlantic Economic Council? What issues should get priority? What can realistically be achieved?

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Speakers:

Matthias Bauer is a Senior Economist at ECIPE

Elena Bryan, previously a senior US government official, is a Senior Fellow at the German Marshall Fund and ECIPE

Ed Gresser is Vice President and Director for Trade and Global Markets at the Progressive Policy Institute, and has been working at the United States Trade Representative for two former USTRs

Stormy-Annika Mildner is the Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Germany, and was formerly the Head of Department for External Economic Policy at the German business federation BDI

Moderated by Fredrik Erixon, Director of ECIPE

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