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Poorest countries stand to lose up to €385 million annually without UK trade deals post-Brexit

9 September 2016

Developing countries risk losing up to €385 million (£323 million) if their current access to the UK market is not maintained following Brexit.


MOOP colleagues win a Best Paper Award at the 3rd Diaspora International Conference in London

5 September 2016

Yousra Abdelmoneim and Dr Julie Litchfield present at the 3rd Diaspora International Conference on the economics of migration in Ethiopia


British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded to Visiting Fellow

22 August 2016

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded to Dr Felix Meier zu Selhausen


Economics PhD alumnus appointed as Secretary-General of Ghana Trades Union Congress

22 August 2016

A former doctoral student in economics at Sussex, Anthony Yaw Baah, has been elected Secretary-General of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in Ghana...


Sussex student wins award for cheap eating app

22 July 2016

Entrepreneurial University of Sussex student Risha Jindal has been named Young Achiever of the Year in the British Indian Awards 2016.


Action will be necessary to keep access to lucrative government procurement markets after Brexit

21 July 2016

Experts in international trade at Sussex warn that steps need to be taken before the UK leaves the EU, to assure access to global procurement markets.


Sussex economics alumnus appointed as Governor of Central Bank of Sri Lanka

21 July 2016

Dr Indrajit Coomaraswamy has been appointed as the Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, continuing a successful career as an economist.


Birthday wish to bring a microfinance revolution to Sudan’s rural poor

19 July 2016

Yousra Abdelmoneim graduates today on her 22nd birthday, and has her eye on returning to Sudan to help improve the dire economic situation.


Gulf stream slowdown to spare Europe from worst of climate change

11 July 2016

Europe will be spared the worst economic impacts of climate change by a slowing down of the Gulf Stream, new research predicts.


2016/17 BMEc placement students to receive guidance via best practice webinars

7 July 2016

The BMEc Business Liaison and Placements Team have organised a series of webinars designed to give students on placements in 2016/17 access to...


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