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Parallel supply chain model proposed to Select Committee included in Committee’s recommendations

29 July 2020

Evidence to the International Trade Select Committee by the UK Trade Policy Observatory was included in the Committee’s recommendations to Government.


Made in England?

3 July 2020

Why the UK Government wants Korean and Japanese goods to have same trade benefits as home made products.


UKTPO contributes to Parliamentary deliberations on trade policy

30 June 2020

The UK Trade Policy Observatory has made significant contributions to the ongoing Parliamentary discussions about the future of UK trade policy.


Resource curse or resource blessing: How major oil discoveries keep autocrats in power

25 June 2020

Oil is the most effective natural resource when it comes to keeping despots in power, new research shows.


The bureaucratic nightmare facing UK exporters on New Year’s Day

8 June 2020

UK firms may need to bring in inspectors from the EU to ensure goods can leave for Europe without being subject to technical checks at the other end.


Companies should prepare for increased costs, bureaucracy and border checks for their Northern Ireland business

8 June 2020

UKTPO researchers are warning firms will face additional costs, delays and paperwork in a significant departure from how they currently trade.


Policymakers must resist knee-jerk changes to supply chains and global trade policy in the wake of Covid-19

29 May 2020

Policymakers should resist the urge to make knee-jerk and wholesale changes to supply chains and global trade policy in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.


A global agreement to end disruption of Coronavirus medical supplies

28 April 2020

An agreement on medical goods keeping import restrictions low and constraining export bans could help countries with enough supplies to fight Covid-19


University of Sussex academic plays his part to find world’s happiest people

20 March 2020

Finland has been named as the world’s happiest country in a major report featuring contributions from a University of Sussex economist.


Deep Transitions podcast series launches

20 March 2020

The Deep Transitions Research Programme has launched its new podcast series.


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