The VI Workshop on Global Value Chains is organised by the Manlio Rossi-Doria Centre within the activities of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet ProjectUnderstanding European Economic Policy: Towards a Deeper Union”, in partnership with Sapienza University of Rome, Manlio Masi Foundation, and University of Sannio. It will be held in presence at the School of Economics and Business Studies of Roma Tre University.

On February 18th 2021, the European Commission set out its new trade strategy for the coming years. The strategy includes a renewed focus on corroborating multilateralism and reforming global trade rules to ensure that they are fair and sustainable. Such a strategy is also aimed at strengthening value chains’ sustainability and resilience. The meeting will be the occasion to gather experts to discuss these topics and to contribute to the debate on European Trade Policy and Global Value Chains.

Keynote lecture: “Carbon border adjustment and value chains” – Lionel FONTAGNÉ (Direction de l’Economie et de la Coopération Internationales, Banque de France; Paris School of Economics – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).

Check out Lionel Fontagné’s pre-conference interview with Luca Salvatici (Roma Tre University, Rossi-Doria Centre).

 

The full programme of the Workshop is now available at the following link

FOLLOW-UP: Paper presentations & Discussions

 

REGISTRATION DETAILS

To attend the Workshop in presence, please REGISTER by sending an e-mail at centro.rossidoria@uniroma3.it .

Registration is mandatory, no fee will be charged for participation. Deadline for registration: May 31st.

 

To participate online as auditors (a.k.a. participation-by-listening: the use of both mic and webcam will be inhibited) click on this MS Teams link (no registration required).

 

Scientific Committee: Riccardo Crescenzi, Ilaria Fusacchia, Anna Giunta, Enrico Marvasi, Silvia Nenci, Eleonora Pierucci, Carlo Pietrobelli, Roberta Rabellotti, Luca Salvatici, Domenico Scalera.

Organising Committee: Antonio Biondi, Ilaria Fusacchia, Anna Giunta, Marco La Rocca, Enrico Marvasi, Silvia Nenci, Eleonora Pierucci, Luca Salvatici.