Introduction - Positive Integration: EU and WTO approaches towards the 'trade and' debate.- Bilateral positive Integration - Different strategies for regulatory cooperation in the TTIP.- The role of non-tariff measures in the Agri-Food sector: Positive or Negative Instruments for trade?.- EU and WTO regulatory Approaches to Renewable Energy Subsidies: Negative integration and positive integration.- Trade and Environment in the EU and WTO: Legitimacy, Proportionality and Institutional Power Play.- Adjudication and Positive Integration - The Role of the European Court of Justice and the Dispute Settlement Body in the 'trade and environment' Debate.- Myths and Virtues of Positive and Negative Integration: Some Concluding Remarks.
Rike Kramer-Hoppe is a senior research fellow at the Ruhr-University Bochum. Before joining the Ruhr-University, she was a lecturer at the University College London and a Jean Monnet Fellow at the New York University. She holds a PhD in law from the University Bremen. Her main fields of research are economic law, environmental law and administrative comparative law.