Kurt Huebner is the Interim Director of the Institute for European Studies, at the University of British Columbia. He holds the Jean Monnet Chair for European Integration and Global Political Economy. His research includes global and European currency regimes, international regimes of foreign direct investment, and the relations between innovation and sustainability. His latest research focuses on the economic and socio-political foundations of technical innovations in a transatlantic perspective, and the ongoing processes of currency competition and currency cooperation (Euro-Dollar-Renminbi). Currently, Dr. Huebner is directing a project on EU-Canada as Global Economic Policy Actor, and recently he was part of a consortium on EU-North America-Asia relations. His most recent book publication deals with ‘Europe, Canada and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Routldege). Environment
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Research Interest: International Political Economy, European Integration, Euro, Currency Regimes, Comparative Political Economy Climate Policies, Sustainability and Innovation Regimes, CETA.