PROSPER – Politics of Rule-making, Orchestration of Standards and Private Economic Regulations
PROSPER is a 2-year project (2019-2021) funded by the European Commission under the European Union Horizon2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual fellowship programme. The main objective of the project is to examine the politics of international trade from the perspective of multinational companies (MNCs) and global value chains (GVCs). I primarily seek to understand how and under which conditions MNCs coordinate their political activities across GVCs, how their behavior influence structures of trade governance, and the distributional consequences of international trade at the firm level.
Output (updated on December 2020)
Trade Liberalization and Labor Market Institutions, with Leonardo Baccini (Univ. of McGill), Mattia Guidi (Univ. of Siena), and Arlo Poletti (Univ. of Trento) – International Organization, 2021 (click here to access).
Multinational Corporations and the Politics of International Trade in Multidisciplinary Perspective, with Grace Ballor (Harvard University). Business and Politics, 2020 (click here to access).
Value Chains and WTO disputes: Compliance at the dispute settlement mechanism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 (click here to access).