Trade Paradiplomacy and the Politics of International Economic Law: The Inclusion of Quebec and the Exclusion of Wallonia in the CETA Negotiations

Stéphane Paquin, New Political Economy.

Publié le 28 janvier 2021

International trade negotiations are no longer largely limited to federal government’s constitutional jurisdictions. In this context, substate governments, like Quebec and Wallonia, are aware that their ability to formulate and implement policy, are subject to negotiations in trade talks. This article compares the role of Quebec and Wallonia in the CETA negotiations.

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Stéphane Paquin

Professeur, École nationale d'administration publique
Co-directeur exécutif du GÉRIQ