Framework for Economic Development in EU External Relations
PODSTAWA, Karolina; PUCCIO, Laura; BOTTA, Marco; DE ANDRADE CORRÊA, Fabiano; CREMONA, Marise; DUBAVA, Ilze; FAKHOURY MUEHLBACHER, Tamirace; PODSTAWA, Karolina; PUCCIO, Laura; SILGA, Janine
Title: Framework for Economic Development in EU External Relations
Series/Number: EUI LAW; 2012/01
This Working Paper is a collection of contributions presented during the Workshop "Framework for Economic Development in EU External Relations on 22nd and 23rd January 2010. The contributions explore various facets of what is known as economic development and what with time has incorporated many new aspects and developed links with other policy fields. Starting off with the traditional realm of the development policies – trade – the paper shifts to explore how the solely economic notion of development has been enhanced through the introduction of the concept of sustainable development, and how this concept was integrated into two policy areas – that of migration and human rights. Each of the contributors provides an in-depth analysis of a respective facet which build up a very complex picture of what economic development in EU external relations has become.
Table of Contents:
INTRODUCTION PART 1: ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT EU Preferential Rules of Origin Regimes in FTAS with Developing Countries: Differential treatment and the limits of regional harmonisation Does the EUI Competition Law Model Satisfy the Needs of the Emerging Economies? Lessons from the countries without a "carrot" PART 2: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Sustainable Development and the EU: The concept of sustainable development in the Cariforum EPA External Dimension of Sustainable Development and its Impact on EU-MERCOSUR Relations PART 3: DEVELOPMENT AND MIGRATION Shifting Perspective on the Migration and Development Nexus in the EU: From the migration management approach to the development paradigm of mobility? A Critical Appraisal of the EU's Global Approach to Migration (GAM): A useful policy-making instrument in the EU-MENA context? PART 4: DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS EU Approach to Human Rights and Development Nexus– Imitating or innovating the international approach
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