The Future of Trade - Research Forum
As the World Trade Organization has observed: ‘Technology is transforming our lives and our economies — including the way we trade.’
This event will consider how digital technologies – such as electronic commerce, fintech, artificial intelligence, blockchain, 3D Printing, the Internet of Things, robotics, and advanced manufacturing – will transform world trade in the future.
This symposium explore some of the opportunities that such technologies will bring for countries, multinational companies, SMEs, and citizens.
This event highlights the need for the reform and adjustment of international trade rules to better take into account such new technologies. Current international frameworks are currently ill-suited to the digital economy.
This event will also consider such public policy challenges – as e-commerce rules, financial regulation, data protection, privacy protection, cybersecurity, and intellectual property.
This forum will provide an opportunity to discuss how these developments will affect trade and multi-lateral trade system. This event will also consider the inter-relationship between trade and sustainable development in its consideration of new technologies. In particular, it will take into account larger concerns about culture, education, health-care, equality, and inclusion.
Government perspective on how technology is transforming our lives and our economies - including the way we trade
Mr Paul Martyn, Chief Executive Officer, Trade and Investment Queensland
The Future of Trade: The limitations of Australia's current trade policy approach, and recommendations for a new trade agenda.
Associate Professor Elizabeth Thurbon, UNSW
Regulating Work and Contracts in a Transnational Sharing EconomyProfessor Andrew Stewart, University of Adelaide
Dr Chris Berg, RMIT
Beefledger - Blockchain Tracking from the Paddock to the Plate
Dr Felicity Deane, QUT Faculty of Law
Artificial Intelligence and Trade
Dr Michael Guihot, QUT Faculty of Law
Australia's Digital Trade
Dr Md Shahiduzzaman, Research Fellow, Chair in Digital Economy, Queensland University of Technology
ClearCorrect: Intellectual Property, 3D Printing and the Future of Trade
Professor Matthew Rimmer, QUT Faculty of Law
The Sharing Economy - AirBnB and Uber
Associate Professor Renuka Mahadevan, the University of Queensland
Inauthentic Aboriginal 'style' art and craft products: how can the law protect cultural expression from exploitation?Stephanie Parkin, Masters by Research Candidate, QUT Faculty of Law
Tobacco ControlSanath Sameera Wijesinghe, Phd Candidate, QUT Faculty of Law
Patent Law and Access to MedicinesMuhammad Zaheer Abbas, Phd Candidate, QUT Faculty of Law
Dr Felicity Deane
Ms Anne Matthew
Professor Matthew Rimmer
Professor Rosalind Mason
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