Dr Arne Klau, a Visiting WTO Fellow at the Institute for International Trade recently authored a research paper on the effects of the tariffs on mosquito nets and the repercussions these tariffs have on human lives. Click HERE to view the article. Click HERE to learn more about our visiting fellows.
The University of Adelaide’s Institute for International Trade, in collaboration with the Australia Indonesia Business Council, invite you to attend a presentation and discussion panel on Date: Tuesday, 9th May 2017 Venue: National Wine Centre, Corner of North Terrace and Hackney Road, Adelaide Time: 7.30am for an 8am start, with breakfast and discussion concluding at 9.30am Please […]
“A major milestone for the global trading system was reached on 22 February 2017 when the first multilateral deal concluded in the 21 year history of the World Trade Organisation entered into force. In receiving four more ratifications for the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), the WTO has obtained the two-thirds acceptance of the agreement from […]
In a reference to a recent article, published in Al-Ahram, visiting fellow at the Institute for International Trade, Arne Klau, outlines what trade policies the world can expect from the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump. Click HERE for the full article
The Institute for International Trade at The University of Adelaide is delighted to announce the arrival of three new PhD candidates. The three aspirants commenced their studies in November of 2016 with an underlying theme of “Trade and Production Value-Chain.” The Institute is positive that they will prove to be a valuable addition, and build […]
Governance in Middle-Eastern and North African countries is a major factor in their businesses’ ability to trade and participate in the global economy. The quality of institutions correlates with the export performance of companies, as shown by the latest FEMISE report (FEM41-08). The latest FEMISE publication, “Corporate Performance in Transition: The Role of Business Constraints […]
The latest FEMISE report (FEM41-08) highlights the obstacles to productivity faced by companies in the Middle East and North Africa. Even before corruption or lack of visibility in the business sector, the taxation burden is the main impediment to corporate productivity. A better understanding of this reality by political circles could encourage companies in becoming […]