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  • In The Media 1 March 2024

    Britain after Brexit (FT)

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    Article by Peter Foster in the Financial Times (FT) pointing out the challenges facing the UK as it tries to build new regulatory frameworks outside the EU. Includes research from Dongzhe Zhang's Briefing Paper, "The economic significance of the EU CBAM in the UK."

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  • Blog post 29 February 2024

    Characteristics of Exporting Firms in Northern Ireland

    By Allison Catalano, Ciara Crummey, James Black and Mairi Spowage.

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    New research allows us to improve upon previous modelling and examine the differences between exporting and non-exporting firms in Northern Ireland. This blog provides a summary of the research.

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  • Podcast 26 February 2024

    What do we know about UK trade 3 years after Brexit: good, bad or ugly?

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    Hosted by Chris Horseman, the episode features Nicolo Tamberi (CITP), Emily Fry (Resolution Foundation) and John Springford (CER) answering questions about trade patterns and whether the gravity model beloved of trade economists still holds true; whether the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the TCA) proven to be a satisfactory framework for EU-UK trade; and, with elections happening in both the EU and the UK later this year, whether might we see any kind of movement towards changes in the TCA over the next few years.

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  • In The Media 26 February 2024

    The CPTPP: Britain’s geopolitical strategy and beyond (Council on Geostrategy)

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    "For the UK, joining the CPTPP should be seen not just through an economic prism, but primarily as a geostrategic gain." says Dr Minako Morita-Jaeger on The CPTPP: Britain’s geopolitical strategy and beyond.

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  • Working Paper 22 February 2024

    How do we make trade policy in Britain? How should we?

    By L. Alan Winters CB.

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    This working paper starts by sketching how that policy has been developed and implemented and how it is turning out. It then moves on to consider how we might do better, proposing three (sets of) institutional reforms.

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  • Briefing Paper 20 February 2024

    The economic significance of the EU CBAM in the UK

    By Dongzhe Zhang et al.

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    A quantitative estimate of the extent of the possible economic impact of the EU CBAM for the UK.

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  • Briefing Paper 12 February 2024

    Will the CBAM fill the UK’s fiscal gap?

    By L. Alan Winters CB and Dongzhe Zhang et al.

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    This Briefing Paper looks at potential revenue estimates of UK’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) by mirroring it to the EU’s CBAM.

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  • Blog post 8 February 2024

    Economic security and the geo-politicisation of trade

    By Amar Breckenridge.

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    In this blog, Amar analyses how geopolitics interacts with trade, and what this means for economists seeking to shape policy.

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  • In The Media 5 February 2024

    Farming Today This Week: Farmers' Protests in Europe and campaign groups in the UK (BBC Sounds)

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    "Farmers feel undercut by foreign imports" says Ludivine Petetin on the Farmers' Protests in Europe and campaign groups in the UK.

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  • Working Paper 30 January 2024

    The consequences of a trade collapse: Economics and politics in Weimar Germany

    By Giovanni Facchini and Björn Brey et al.

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    What are the political consequences of de-globalization? This paper uses newly digitized data of Weimar Germany to reveal that the Nazi party vote surge between 1928-1932 was not driven by the direct effects of the export decline in manufacturing areas but that the trade shock-induced declines in food prices spread economic hardship to rural hinterlands.

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