The Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (CETD) has launched a policy brief series on the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). In this special series of policy briefs, CETD collaborators and partners tackle some of the contentious issues in the negotiations, shedding light on what is being demanded on either side and the economic, social, and political issues at stake in the lingering agreement.
To view the policy briefs please visit the CETD website or the direct links below.
CETA and Intellectual Property: The debate over pharmaceutical patents, Joel Lexchin (York University) and Marc-André Gagnon (Carleton University)
The Investment Provisions of the CETA, Armand de Mestral (McGill University) and Stephanie Mullen (LLB Candidate, Cambridge University)
CETA and Geographical Indicators: Why a Sensitive Issue?, Crina Viju (Carleton University)