Published: Feb. 29, 2016

CAS is pleased to bring "Trans Pacific Partnership: What it Means for Asia and the Americas" to CU on Wednesday, March 2. This will be a panel discussion of the environmental labor, legal, and economic implications of the TPP.

Panel members include

  • Keith Maskus, College Professor of Distinction, Department of Economics, CU Boulder
  • Steve Chan, College Professor of Distinction, Department of Political Science, CU Boulder
  • Tyler Rauert, Partner, Polaris Law Group, Denver Colorado
  • Sam Gilchrist, Executive Director, Colorado AFL-CIO, Denver, Colorado
  • Jesse Prentice-Dunn, Senior Campaign Representative, Responsible Trade Program, Sierra Club, Denver, Colorado

There will be an opening reception from 5:00-5:30, and the panel discussion will continue until 7:00. Both the reception and the discussion will be held in Hale 270 on the CU-Boulder campus.

Sponsored by the Center for Asian Studies, the Department of Economics, the Department of Political Science, and the Program on International Affairs.