The Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy (CITP), the first centre dedicated to trade policy to be funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, is built on the precept that trade policy should be inclusive in both policy formulation and outcome and focuses on four dimensions of inclusiveness: geography, political domains, society and generations. The Centre comprises scholars from economics, law, business management, politics and international relations and at all stages of their careers, and is committed to listening to the voices of all parts of UK society.
Formulating an effective trade policy that delivers something for all parts of society in such circumstances requires an evidence-based interdisciplinary approach, which the Centre aims to provide.
Our annual Academic Conference aims to provide a platform for all trade policy researchers, from a variety of different disciplines and areas of interest to come together to present, discuss and learn about the latest thinking on trade and trade policy.
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Submissions to this event have now closed.
All those submitting papers will be notified of the outcome by the 23rd February.
Authors of accepted papers to be presented at the conference will be included in the conference programme as long as at least one author has registered by 15th March 2024.
There is no attendance fee. Participants will need to cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
|Thursday 7th December 2023
|Monday 29th January 2024
|Friday 23rd February 2024
|Notification of decision
|Friday 23rd February 2024
|Friday 15th March 2024
|Deadline for presenters to register
|Friday 22nd March 2024
|Thursday 18th April 2024 & Friday 19th April
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Chair - Giovanni Facchini
L. Alan Winters
Ingo Borchert, Reader in Economics, University of Sussex
Giovanni Facchini, Professor of Economics, University of Nottingham
Michael Gasiorek, Professor of Economics, University of Sussex
Viviane Gravey, Lecturer in European Politics, Queen’s University Belfast
Richard Kneller, Professor of Economics, University of Nottingham
Emily Lydgate, Professor of Environmental Law, University of Sussex
Mairi Spowage, Professor of Practice and Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde
L. Alan Winters, Professor of Economics, University of Sussex
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