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Academic Conference 2024

We're looking forward to welcoming everyone at our academic conference
18&19 April
University of Nottingham.

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The revenue potential of phasing out the free allowances received by UK CBAM sectors

Potential revenue that the UK government will raise through the combined ETS and CBAM revenue.

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Uncovering the Sources of Geographic Market Segmentation: Evidence from the EU and the US

New research measuring the sources of geographic goods market segmentation.

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Research Associate - CITP Policy Coherence
Cardiff University are recruiting now to this post.

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Interoperability of Data Governance Regimes: Challenges for Digital Trade Policy

What could the interoperability of data governance regimes mean and what are the main challenges it faces in the context of digital trade?

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Designing Effective Carbon Border Adjustment with Minimal Information Requirements.

This Paper proposes a new leakage border adjustment mechanism as an alternative to CBAM.

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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.

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