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Characteristics of Exporting Firms in Northern Ireland
An examination of the differences between exporting and non-exporting firms in Northern Ireland.
Academic Conference 2024
This year the conference is being held at the University of Nottingham on 18-19 April. Registration is now open.
What do we know about UK trade 3 years after Brexit: good, bad or ugly?
Listen to Nicolò Tamberi, Emily Fry and John Springford answer this important question on UK trade in our new podcast series Trade Bites.
How do we make trade policy in Britain? How should we?
Institutional reforms to make UK trade policy formulation better.
The economic significance of the EU CBAM in the UK
A quantitative estimate of the extent of the possible economic impact of the EU CBAM for the UK.
Will the CBAM fill the UK’s fiscal gap?
Potential revenue estimates of UK’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) by mirroring it to the EU’s CBAM.
The Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy is the first Centre dedicated to trade policy to be funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. The Centre is built on the precept that trade policy should be inclusive in both policy formulation and outcome.
Our aim is to build permanent capacity by developing a community of scholars and practitioners with the knowledge, skills and mutual understanding to develop robust trade policy in a changing world.