What will be the impact of the new USMCA trade agreement?
How have civil society organizations (from both business and non-business sectors) attempted to influence the nature and content of the negotiations?
What is the impact of the Liberal government’s Progressive Trade Agenda, which promises greater consultation around trade policy?
Carleton University’s Laura Macdonald, a Professor in the Department of Political Science, raises these questions and more at a day-long symposium organized into three panels. Join scholars from Canada, Mexico and the United States, and civil-society representatives, in a discussion of this important topic.
Speakers will include:
- Angelo DiCaro, National Representative, Research Department, UNIFOR
- Carlos Heredia, Associate Professor, Department of International Studies at Centro de Investigaciones y Docencia Económicas (Mexico City, Mexico)
- Angella MacEwen, Senior Economist at CUPE
- Meredith Lilly, Simon Reisman Chair of International Affairs and Associate Professor, Noman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University
- Laura Macdonald, Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Institute of Political Economy at Carleton University, 2018 FPA Research Excellence Award Winner
- Christopher Sands, Senior Research Professor at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), a graduate division of Johns Hopkins University (Washington, DC, USA)
The event is free to attend. It is part of 2019 FPA Research Month.