On the occasion of its 60th Anniversary, the EFTA provided three grants to young researchers for the purpose of studying EFTA’s History, economic impact, and politics from 1960 to 2020 and beyond making use of EFTA’s archives.

Johannes Hendrik Fahner
“Settling Inter-State Trade Disputes: Lessons from the EFTA Complaints Procedure”

Magdalena Friedrich
“Subsidies and State aid in the Context of Free Trade – Roles and Obligations of EFTA and its Member States in WTO and European Subsidy Regimes”

Cristina Dans Iglesias
“EFTA as an actor in the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy”

In addition, Matthew Broad, Lecturer at the University of Leiden, will present his own paper: “Democracy Promotion and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA): Four Case Studies”



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