University of Sussex inclusion in House of Commons Library Brexit Reading List
We are delighted to see that Michael Gasiorek, Peter Holmes, Jim Rollo and our friends and colleagues L. Alan Winters, Kamal Dawar, Ilona Serwicka, Alasdair Smith, Rorden Smith and Erika Szyszczak from University of Sussex are all listed in the latest briefing paper created by the House of Commons Library.
The paper has been prepared by the House of Commons Library to provide a selection of analysis and commentary on Brexit.
The papers listed from the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex are:
- The World Trade Organization: a safety net for a post-Brexit trade policy? UK Trade Policy Observatory Briefing Paper 1, July 2016
- Peter Holmes, Jim Rollo and L. Alan Winters, Negotiating the UK’s PostBrexit Trade Arrangements, National Institute Economic Review, November 2016
- Kamala Dawar, Brexit and Government Procurement, UK Trade Policy Observatory, Briefing Paper 8, March 2017
- State Aid is on the Agenda: Deal or No Deal, Professor Erika Szyszczak, UK Trade Policy Observatory, University of Sussex, blog post 6 October 2017
- Will Brexit Raise the Cost of Living? Ilona Serwicka, UK Trade Policy Observatory, 2 November 2017
- Which Manufacturing Sectors are Most Vulnerable to Brexit? Michael Gasiorek, Ilona Serwicka, Alasdair Smith, UK Trade Policy Observatory Briefing Paper 16 February 2018
- UK EU trade relations post Brexit: binding constraints and impossible solutions, Michael Gasiorek, UK Trade Policy Observatory Briefing Paper 17, March 2018
- Regulatory barriers likely to be contentious and most significant obstacles to UK-US trade, Rorden Wilkinson, UK Trade Policy Observatory, 12 July 2018
We are equally delighted to see our friends and colleagues, Max Mendez-Parra and Dirk Willen te Velde at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) listed:
- The impact of the UK’s post-Brexit trade policy on development: An essay series, Max Mendez-Parra, Dirk Willem te Velde and L Alan Winters, Overseas Development Institute, September 2016
- Max Mendez-Parra, Dirk Willem te Velde and Jane Kennan, Post-Brexit trade policy and development: Current developments; new directions?, Overseas Development Institute, March 2017
The House of Commons Brexit Reading List is available to download here.