On 8 March 2018, the remaining eleven parties of the original Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) signed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in Santiago, Chile. The MegaReg project published an edited volume entitled “Megaregulation Contested: Global Economic Ordering After TPP” with OUP in June 2019. The following materials are made available to encourage further research on TPP and CPTPP.

Consolidated version of TPP11

This PDF, created by Thomas Streinz, merges the CPTPP and the original TPP into one file and indicates via comments and strike-through which TPP provisions were replaced and/or suspended in CPTPP.

BITs and TIPs between TPP Parties

This spreadsheet by MegaReg research assistant Nicholas Phillips (NYU Law JD ’19) lists existing bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and treaties with investment provisions (TIPs) between the TPP parties with and without investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provisions.

Global Administrative Law provisions in TPP

Paul Mertenskötter curated a list of Global Administrative Law (GAL) related provisions in TPP and a table of GAL provisions in TPP for his article with Richard B. Stewart: Remote Control: Treaty Requirements for Regulatory Procedures, 104 Cornell L. Rev. 165-232 (2018).