Today INCAE starts a year of 50th anniversary celebrations. The celebrations will be extended throughout 2014 to other nine Latin American countries and four U.S. cities. More than 300 graduates, 100 employers and 100 allied governments, embassies and aid agencies will join the whole INCAE family and partners to be part of the first commemoration at the Francisco de Sola campus in Nicaragua.
World Trade Institute
In the third phase of the NCCR Trade Regulation research continues within Work Package 1 into trade governance issues, including the spread of preferential trade agreements (PTAs). Government policies are strongly influenced by public opinion, so to understand trade regulation requires an understanding of public attitudes.
Victor Umaña is a participant in a project that focuses on PTAs and the preferences shown by citizens and firms. Through surveys carried out in the United States, Vietnam and Central America it investigates how the content and design of PTAs can affect these preferences.