Board and Executive Education: Introduction to Digital Trade
ASR has worked in collaboration with one of its members, the Institute for International Trade (IIT) at the University of Adelaide, to contribute to preparation of a short course, becoming available on the global commons, to improve general understanding of the concept of “Digital Trade”, and enhance industry’s contribution to implementation of the Services Export Action Plan.
The online course is just 1.5 hours in total. It consists of 12 video clips which range from 5 to 15 minutes in length. IIT and ASR jointly launch the course at ASR’s Digital Trade Forum in Sydney on 24 March 2022.
|12 part Collaborative Video||1.5 Hours|
|Part 1: What is Digital Trade?||6 minutes|
|Part 2: Why do we need New Trade Rules?||7.26 minutes|
|Part 3: WTO Moratorium on Customs Duties on Electronic Transmissions||9.08 minutes|
|Part 4: Trends in Bilateral & Regional Agreements||9.19 minutes|
|Part 5: WTO Negotiations on E Commerce||9.05 minutes|
|Part 6: Barriers to Digital Trade||4.46 minutes|
|Part 7: Digital Regulatory Cooperation||4.54 minutes|
|Part 8: Interoperability of Digital Standards||9.57 minutes|
|Part 9: Privacy Standards||7.53 minutes|
|Part 10: Cyber Security Standards||11.15 minutes|
|Part 11: “Telecoms” & Competition Policy||5.58 minutes|
|Part 12: Digital Services Taxation||14.54 minutes|
The course is a collaborative effort between IIT, ASR, Queen Mary University of London, Orebro University in Sweden and the Council on Economic Policies in Switzerland.
Course development and production was undertaken and funded by IIT with co-funding from the European Union as an activity of the JM Network: Trade & Investment in Services, convened by IIT.