Erasmus School of Law awarded a Marie Curie European Training Network on TTIP as part of European Consortium Erasmus School of Law has been awarded a Marie Curie ETN grant by the European Commission under the H2020 Programme. Led by the University of Birmingham, the European consortium combines the expertise of eleven core beneficiaries and 22 partners, hosting and training fifteen Early Stage Researchers (0-4 years’ research experience). The total value of the award is about €4 M of which €540k will come to ESL. The research activities will last four years. Fabian Amtenbrink, Professor of European Union Law is the lead for ESL. Klaus Heine will co-supervise a PhD project, and will also be in charge of one of the network-wide training modules on Law and Economics of TTIP.
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