About: Fredrik Erixon

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Key highlights of the first EU Blood Cancer Policy Summit

Key highlights of the first EU Blood Cancer Policy Summit

A distinct lack of awareness means that blood cancers are not being treated as a priority health challenge at the EU level or by many national governments.
Trade & Society 11-02-2015

Brussels, Washington seen seizing new regulatory powers through TTIP

Proposals to introduce a new regulatory body to help bind the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) are likely to bypass national governments by centralising decision-making powers in the hands of Brussels and Washington, policy analysts have told EURACTIV.
Trade & Society 11-12-2014

Economist: ‘ISDS disconnect between rhetoric and reality’

SPECIAL REPORT: The integrity of EU trade policy, and the European Commission's capacity to negotiate, are on the line in the current ISDS debate, according to a proponent, economist Fredrik Erixon.
Fredrik Erixon [ECIPE]
EU Elections 2014 30-05-2014

After the election – business as usual

In a strange kind of way, the result of last weekend’s elections is “business as usual”. Ideas to strengthen the role of the European Parliament will be moderated and new, eurosceptic voices will have difficulty exercising any influence, writes Fredrik Erixon.
Trade & Society 24-09-2013

Erixon: TTIP will move to fast track if first results come early

To maintain a high political momentum for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), negotiators will have to move fast to secure some successes and build the desire for more, said Fredrik Erixon in an interview with EURACTIV.
Energy 07-05-2013

The European Parliament is making a bad biofuels proposal worse

The European Parliament wants to reinforce the principle of discrimination in the EU’s draft biofuels directive, setting Europe on a collision course with its obligations in the World Trade Organisation (WTO), writes Fredrik Erixon.
Trade & Society 23-04-2013

Repsol expropriation: So who is eating Argentina’s lunch now?

The expropriation of Spanish oil major Repsol from Argentina, announced a year ago, has been a complete failure, argues Fredrik Erixon.