Publications related to European/EU Studies
Viju, C. and Kerr, W.A. (2016) “Does the single market extend to acceding states? Evidence from EU agriculture.” Current Politics and Economics of Europe, Vol. 27(1), pp. 25-51.
Rose, S. and Viju, C. (2014) “Income Inequality in Post-Communist Central and Eastern European Countries”, Eastern Journal of European Studies, Vol. 5(1), pp. 5-19.
Viju C., Yeung M. and Kerr W.A. (2014) “Zero Tolerance and the Rules of Trade: Lessons from the Discovery of Genetically Modified Flax in the European Union”, World Economy Vol. 37(1), pp. 137-150.
Viju, C. and Kerr, W.A. “Do the Rules of International Trade Constrain Protection? The Global Recession and EU Trade Policy” in J. DeBardeleben and C. Viju (eds.) Economic Crisis in Europe: What it means for the EU and Russia, Palgrave MacMillan – to appear in 2012-2013.
Viju C., Yeung M.T. and Kerr W.(2012) "The Trade Implications of the Post-Moratorium European Union Approval System for Genetically Modified Organisms", Journal of World Trade, Vol. 46(5).
Viju, C., Yeung, M.T. and Kerr, W.A.(2012) “Geographical Indications, Barriers to Market Access and Preferential Trade Agreements.” CATPRN Commissioned Paper.
Viju C. and Kerr W. A. (2011) “Agriculture in the Canada-EU Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)”, International Journal, Vol. 66(3), pp. 677-694.
Viju C. and Kerr W.A. (2011) “Protectionism and Global Recession – Has the Link Been Broken?”, Journal of World Trade, Vol. 45(3), pp. 605-628.
Viju C., Yeung M.T. and Kerr W. (2011) “Post-Moratorium EU Regulation of Genetically Modified Products: Triffid Flax”, CATPRN Commissioned Paper.
Viju C., Yeung M.T. and Kerr W. (2011) “Post-Moratorium EU Regulation of Genetically Modified Products: Trade Concerns”, CATPRN Commissioned Paper.
Viju C. (2010) “Are Agri-Food Trade Issues changing?”, The Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy, Vol. 11(1), pp. 128-135.
Viju C., Kerr W.A. and Mekkaoui C. (2010) “Everything is on the Table: Agriculture in the Canada-EU Trade Agreement”, CATPRN Commissioned paper,