In this lastest blog for UKTPO titled Economists and crystal balls, Michael Gasiorek looks at the value – and the limitations – of modelling and explains how economic models need to be understood and used appropriately if they are to inform public
In this podcast with Michael Gasiorek, PIIE Senior Fellow Chad P. Bown and Soumaya Keynes of The Economist discuss the challenges facing the UK government as it seeks negotiations separate from the Brexit talks to maintain existing market access through
The OECD has released the latest update to its Services Trade Restrictiveness Index (STRI), which includes new, 2017 data on policy and regulatory trade barriers across 22 services sectors in 44 countries.
The release is accompanied by STRI Policy Trends up to 2018, a
Here at InterAnalysis, we are proud of our history of supporting and working with recent graduates who have chosen a path in economics, statistics or international development. It's a mighty thing to experience so many clever young people set out
In this paper for the UK Trade Policy Observatory, ‘Trade and consumers after Brexit’ Dr Peter Holmes addresses the issues of trade policy and consumer interests, looking at the many challenges consumers face post-Brexit.
The new UK Trade White Paper published
Today, Michael Gasiorek published this blog for the UK Trade Policy Observatory in response to the UK Government's White Paper published earlier this week.
Michael analyses recent publications and statements from the Government against previous ones, including the no deal scenario.
We want to draw your attention to several pieces we've written recently for The UK Trade Policy Observatory and The Conversation.
Transition Made Easy | Authors: Peter Holmes (Director of InterAnalysis, Reader in Economics at the University of Sussex and Fellow
With the publication yesterday of the UK's paper on a Future Customs Arrangement post-Brexit, we had two news pieces featuring two of our trade experts; Jim Rollo and Peter Holmes.
Peter wrote an article for The Conversation
Jim was featured on 7pm Channel 4 News
Brexit negotiations are due to start on 19th June and identifying new export opportunities can be daunting for many firms.
This is where our expertise and training in analysing international trade data can help.
When we spoke at Going Global in May (the UK's
Peter Holmes visited Islamabad Pakistan, May 15-18th, to speak at a workshop run by the Development Solutions GSP Evaluation programme http://www.gspevaluation.com/. He presented the preliminary results on behalf of the team.
From an economic perspective GSP+ appears to have given Pakistan's flagging
With thanks to Going Global for another full seminar theatre yesterday. In fact, a full house plus standing room only outside.
The theme of Michael Gasiorek's talk this year was Brexit: Which Industries Might See an Impact if We Fall of
At the kind request of the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), Michael Gasiorek delivered a two day regional workshop in Malé, Maldives as part of an ongoing regional capacity development project to strengthen trade data compilation and analytical capacity.
Today saw Article 50 triggered between the UK and the EU.
In conjunction with our fellows at the UK Trade Policy Observatory, Michael Gasiorek and Jim Rollo do what we do best, we analyse the data and assess the sectoral, regional and
ANALYSING INTERNATIONAL TRADE DATA USING TRADESIFT
We are delighted to announce that our course training in using TradeSift is now CPD certified.
Continuing Professional Development comes with two highly prized benefits:
the level of our training and course learning is of an
Earlier this month, we were delighted to work with CUTIS to deliver a 3 day workshop in Ukraine, "Analysing International Trade Data Using TradeSift".
The Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project is a 5-year (2016-2021) Canadian development assistance initiative designed to