Selected publications

Article

Lydgate, Emily (2017) Is it rational and consistent? the WTO’s surprising role in shaping domestic public policy. Journal of International Economic Law, 21 (2). pp. 1-22. ISSN 1369-3034

Lydgate, Emily (2016) Do the same conditions ever prevail? Globalizing national regulation for international trade. Journal of World Trade, 50 (6). pp. 971-995. ISSN 1011-6702

Lydgate, Emily (2016) Sorting out mixed messages under the WTO national treatment principle: a proposed approach. World Trade Review. pp. 1-28. ISSN 1474-7456

Sacerdoti, Giorgio, Lydgate, Emily, Catti de Gasperi, Guendalina, Simo, Regis Y and De Stefano, Carlo (2014) WTO Case Law in 2013. Bocconi Legal Studies Research Papers (244065).

Lydgate, Emily Barrett (2013) The EU, the WTO and indirect land use change. Journal of World Trade, 47 (1). pp. 159-186. ISSN 1011-6702

Lydgate, Emily Barrett (2012) Biofuels, sustainability and trade-related regulatory chill. Journal of International Economic Law, 15 (1). pp. 157-180. ISSN 1369-3034

Lydgate, Emily Barrett (2012) Sustainable development in the WTO: from mutual supportiveness to balancing. World Trade Review, 11 (4). pp. 621-639. ISSN 1474-7456

Lydgate, Emily Barrett (2011) Consumer preferences and the National Treatment Principle: emerging environmental regulations prompt a new look at an old problem. World Trade Review, 10 (2). pp. 165-188. ISSN 1474-7456

Reports and working papers

Lydgate, Emily and Winters, L. Alan (2017) Can a UK-EU Free Trade Area preserve the benefits of the Customs Union or Single Market in some sectors? Discussion Paper. UK Trade Policy Observatory.

Lydgate, Emily and Winters, L. Alan (2017) Deep and not comprehensive? What the WTO rules permit for a UK-EU trade agreement. Working Paper. University of Sussex, University of Sussex.

Szyszczak, Erika and Lydgate, Emily (2016) Triggering Article 50 TEU: a legal analysis. Discussion Paper. UK Trade Policy Observatory.

Lydgate, Emily, Rollo, Jim and Wilkinson, Rorden (2016) The UK trade landscape after Brexit. Discussion Paper. UK Trade Policy Observatory.