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Government needs to subsidise UK-based pharmaceutical supply chains, academic tells parliamentary committee
Government needs to subsidise the creation of UK-based pharmaceutical supply chains to ensure sufficient critical drugs in crisis.
New study by University of Sussex professor reveals current UK productivity slowdown is nearly double the previous worst productivity shortfall.
HR In Excellence in Research Award goes to University of Sussex for sixth consecutive year for excellence in supporting researchers develop careers.
New report from the Federation of Small Businesses and UKTPO highlights what small businesses need from Free Trade Agreements (FTAs).
Italians have less sex when the Pope visits their town because they feel guilty about possible abortions.
A major new research centre exploring how digital technologies are changing the world of work is to launch at the start of 2020.
Firms from Greater Brighton’s creative industries generated more than £1.5 billion in turnover in 2018, a new University of Sussex study has revealed.
Companies are less likely to engage in unethical accounting practices when their headquarters are in areas of high religious observance.
The hotter the day the more likely immigration judges are to make harsher decisions, a new study co-authored by a Sussex economics professor reveals.
GCSE results suffer as parents back off from supporting their children, new research co-authored by University of Sussex economics lecturer reveals.
Legal, accountancy and investment banking firms are up to five times more susceptible to corruption than taller manufacturing companies.
Research presented to Royal Economic Society conference shows 10% house price rise increases chances of homeowners supporting the Conservatives by 5%.
Two students will tell MPs, senior officials and journalists about their exciting research at a prestigious event in Parliament this week.
Any free port in a storm: New analysis predicts limited impact of free zones for post-Brexit Britain
UKTPO researchers say relaxing customs rules and duties in specially-designated free zones would make little impact on rebuilding the UK economy.
The Government’s presumption it can negotiate a deal to prevent UK-based banks being frozen out after Brexit is highly likely to be proven wrong.
Leaving the EU without a deal could cost almost three-quarters of a million workers in Britain their jobs
A no deal Brexit would threaten jobs around the country but some places will suffer more than others, a UK Trade Policy Observatory study warns.
Overseas investment to the UK may be some 19 per cent lower because of the vote to leave the EU, new UKTPO research has revealed.
Mediterranean World Heritage sites such as Venice, Pisa and the Medieval City of Rhodes are under severe threat of coastal erosion and flooding,
Highly educated women are an untapped market for electric vehicle sales because they have greater environmental and fuel efficiency awareness than men
The UK should develop Sustainability Impact Assessments to minimise negative impacts of future trade agreements, say University of Sussex experts.