Europäische Handelspolitik – was kann ihr Beitrag zu nachhaltiger Entwicklung in Afrika sein?

Evita Schmieg 1
  • 1 Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Forschungsgruppe EU/Europa, Berlin, Deutschland
Evita Schmieg
  • Corresponding author
  • Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Forschungsgruppe EU/Europa, Ludwigkirchplatz 3–4, 10719, Tel.: (030) 88007-241, Berlin, Deutschland
  • Email
  • Search for other articles:
  • degruyter.comGoogle Scholar

Abstract

European trade policy is under pressure to comply with sustainability demands. Trade policy can actively contribute to sustainable development, but under certain conditions, amongst them respect for the level of development, the point of departure of the respective countries and the inclusion of specific provisions for sustainability. Trade policy reaches its limitations in internal political and economic framework conditions in partner countries as well as other processes of globalization. This is also reflected in the trade relationship between the EU and African countries.

Purchase article
Get instant unlimited access to the article.
$42.00
Log in
Already have access? Please log in.


or
Log in with your institution

Journal + Issues

Journal for Economic Policy is published on behalf of the Institute for Economic Policy at the University of Cologne. The Journal is open to publications from all areas of economics. Articles regarding current questions of German, European or international economic policy are preferred. At the center of each issue is the economic policy forum. It deals with topics, which are controversially discussed among the general public.

Search