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University of Sussex top in UK for energy economics, second for innovation

12 January 2017

Sussex’s School of Business, Management and Economics has been ranked the top institution in the UK for research in energy economics.


The UK’s post-Brexit farm policy could see reintroduction of border controls in Ireland

9 January 2017

Post-Brexit agricultural policy could have implications for consumer prices and will have to conform to World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.


Thinking twice: Myths about migration - Debunking common stereotypes with MOOP research

8 December 2016

Read our new brief on Myths about migration - reflecting on our own research and some commonly held migration issues


Sussex launches Global Excellence Summer Programme for 2017

2 December 2016

The University has teamed up with world-leading institutional partners to provide summer study opportunities for Sussex students.


UK Trade Policy Observatory informing Brexit debate

4 November 2016

The UKTPO is making an impact as a key player in the national Brexit debate.


Sussex economics graduate appointed as Botswana's youngest ever MP

2 November 2016

A Sussex economics graduate has been appointed as the youngest ever MP in Botswana since the country's Declaration of Independence from the UK in...


Sussex labour economist chairs international conference session on central European industrial policy

28 October 2016

Senior Lecturer in Economics Dr Shqiponja Telhaj attended the SINCERE (Smart Ideas and a New Concept of Economic Regeneration in Europe)...


Sussex economics alum appointed to new European Commission Fiscal Board

25 October 2016

A Sussex economics alum is one of five globally renowned financial experts appointed to the EC's new European Fiscal Board to advise the Commission...


School of Business, Management and Economics students shine in 2016 Junior Research Associate scheme

11 October 2016

Undergraduate students from the School of Business, Management and Economics (BMEc) have found success through participation in this year's...


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.


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