Mega Free Trade Agreements and Biosecurity In Australia

In collaboration with the Australian Farm Institute, this research on mega free trade agreements and Australian biosecurity explores the shift from bilateral trade agreements to multi-lateral, mega Free Trade Agreements such as the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. The research highlights how the neoliberal doctrine that supports both free trade and deregulation is incompatible with protecting Australia’s biosecurity.


Team

Other Team Members

Associate Professor Vaughan Higgins (Charles Sturt University)

Publications

  • Higgins, Vaughan & (2019) Framing sustainability: Alternative standards schemes for sustainable palm oil and South-South trade. Journal of Rural Studies, 65, pp. 126-134.
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