TTIP and the Consequences:

Hidden risks and chances for planning and building in Germany

In the context of the Symposium „ TTIP and the consequences: Hidden risks and chances for planning and building in Germany“, the effects of TTIP on real estate and infrastructure have been discussed from a legal, economical and geoinformation viewpoint as well as the effects of investment protection agreements on the built environment.

 

Greeting and introduction
Prof. Dr. Fabian Thiel, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and FFin, Frankfurt  

"Sellout of the guarantee of municipal self-administration?"
Dr. Oliver Strank, Lawyer, Frankfurt

"The „ugly face“ of globalization?"
Prof. Dr. habil. Dirk Löhr, Umwelt Campus Birkenfeld, University Trier, Trier

Discussion"Invisible risks for construction law, the contracting of construction works and the real estate markets"
Prof. Dr. Fabian Thiel, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Faculty 1, Frankfurt

"Rules and standards for the globalization and economization of geographical data"
Prof. Dr. René Thiele, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Faculty 1, Frankfurt  

"Professional opportunities and risks for German architects and engineers in the USA"
Dr. Tillman Prinz, Federal Chairman of the German Chamber of Architects (BAK), Berlin

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