STUDENTS of the MASTERS PROGRAMME in ADVANCED TRADE POLICY WERE GRANTED AWARD
in the Applied Economic Analysis To International Trade & WTO Dispute Settlement Exercise organised by the World Trade Institute and held at the World Trade Organisation.
Students of the Higher School of Economics University were granted awards in hearings in the framework of the Applied Economic Analysis To International Trade & WTO Dispute Settlement Exercise (economic analogue of MOOT court) organised by the World Trade Institute and held at the World Trade Organisation on 24 June 2019.
As a part of the exercise students were challenged to perform estimations of damages caused by a WTO inconsistent non-technical measure imposed by one of the Member-countries against others utilising contemporary approaches to modelling of trade flows, with further argumentation and justification of the approaches chosen.
The work has been performed in close collaboration with coaches: leading economists of the WTO Robert Teh and Eddy Bekkers.
To decide on the outcomes of the dispute a WTO Panel has been formed, consisting of Joseph Francois, Managing Director, WTI; Robert Koopman, WTO Chief Economist; Roberta Piermartini, Chief, Trade Costs Section;
HSE students of the 2nd year of Masters Programme in Advanced Trade Policy, currently studying at the partner university World Trade Institute (Bern) as a part of their academic mobility programme were recognised at personal and team levels for their performance in the exercise.
Team of Georgy Annenkovhas been recognised as the winner of the dispute and Daniil Orlovhas been granted the Best Orator Award.
The symposium materials.