In this paper Jeronim Capaldo assess the effects of TTIP using the United Nations Global Policy Model, which incorporates more sensible assumptions on macroeconomic adjustment, employment dynamics, and global trade. We project that TTIP will lead to a contraction of GDP, personal incomes and employment. We also project an increase in financial instability and a continuing downward trend in the labor share of GDP.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has released a 120-page analysis of CETA, with contributions from researchers on both sides of the Atlantic. It’s the most comprehensive analysis to date on CETA