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Crina Viju-Miljusevic

Module Co-Leader on transatlantic trade and global trade challenges
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Carleton University LogoCrina Viju-Miljusevic is Associate Professor at the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) at Carleton University. She serves as Associate Director of the Centre for European Studies (CES). She teaches a number of courses related to Europe and Russia, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, focusing either on interdisciplinary or economic issues. Her research interests include the economic effects of trade policies applied within the EU, US and Canada, as well as European economic integration and EU enlargement. In the past six years, she has received a major research grant for an EU-related project from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; and she has been academic coordinator of two Jean Monnet Projects on EU learning in Canadian high schools (funded 2016-2018 and 2019-2021).


  • Kerr, W.A. and Viju-Miljusevic, C. (2020) “Inefficient Trade in Medical and Health Care Services – Why has GATS Failed to Deliver the Substantial Potential Gains from Trade?” Global Trade and Customs Journal Vol. 15(7), pp. 354-364.
  • Leblond, P. and Viju-Miljusevic, C. (2019) “EU Trade Policy in the Twenty-First Century: Change, Continuity and Challenges”, Journal of Public Policy Vol. 26(12), pp. 1836-1846.
  • Hurrelmann, A., Atikcan E.O., Chalmers, A.W. and Viju-Miljusevic C. (2019) “Political Controversy about International Economic Agreements: Lessons for Canada-UK Trade Negotiations after Brexit”, International Journal Vol. 74(3), pp. 453-462.
  • Kerr W.A. and Viju-Miljusevic, C. (2019) “European Union Adapting to an Era of No Ruling Trade Paradigm.” European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 24(3), pp. 387-404.
  • Viju, C. (2018) “No Middle Ground? Economic Relations Between the EU, Ukraine and Russia”, in Casier, T. and DeBardeleben, J. (eds.) EU-Russia relations in crisis: understanding diverging perceptionsRoutledge.
  • Viju, C. (2018) “Common Agricultural Policy” in E. Brunet-Jailly, A. Hurrelmann and A. Verdun (eds.) European Union Governance and Policy Making: A Canadian Perspective, University of Toronto Press.
  • Viju, C., Kerr, W. A. and Smyth, S. (2017) “Approaches to Set Rules for Trade in the Products of Agricultural Biotechnology. Is Harmonization under Trans-Pacific Partnership Possible?” Journal of Agricultural, Food, and Industrial Organization, De Gruyter, Vol. 15(1), pp. 1-17.