CERiM Research Coordinator Vigijlenca Abazi examines issues of public trust regarding TTIP negotiations
In three recent publications, CERiM research coordinator Vigjilenca Abazi, Assistant professor of European Law, examines issues of public trust regarding TTIP negotiations (published with European Journal of Risk Regulation), closed parliamentary oversight and access to official secrets (published with Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law) and the clash between whistleblower protection and trade secrets (published with European Papers).
The publications may be found here:
How Confidential Negotiations of the TTIP Affect Public Trust
European Parliamentary Oversight Behind Closed Doors
Trade Secrets and Whistleblower Protection in the European Union