In his latest post for UKTPO, Does the Chequers Agreement provide any steps to Brexit heaven?, Dr Michael Gasiorek looks at the details of the “facilitated customs arrangement” - how it differs from the previous ‘new customs partnership' and how
In their latest blog, How can the UK ensure an all-UK Backstop? Professor Alasdair Smith and Dr Peter Holmes analyse the implications of extending the proposal to incorporate Northern Ireland into the EU’s Customs Territory to the whole UK, in the event no other solution can
In their latest blog for UKTPO titled Why the Customs Partnership is problematic, Michael Gasiorek and Peter Holmes discuss the New Customs Partnership – one of the government’s two preferred options for post-Brexit trade with the EU. They look at the implications for
L-R: Jim Rollo, Amb. Patnaik, Peter Holmes
Today were were honoured to receive a visit from Ambassador Dinesh K. Patnaik, Deputy High Commissioner of India to the UK.
As part of his visit to the University of Sussex, InterAnalysis was highlighted as
As users of TradeSift we want to bring the following notice to your attention.
You don’t have to do anything differently, we are just letting you know about the new legislation from the European Union, The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes
In his latest blog for UKTPO, Michael Gasiorek analyses EU and UK trade policy positions and looks at what potential solutions could do to the current stalemate on the customs union issue.
Blog link: here
On 18th April 2018 InterAnalysis delivered a 1-day TradeSift workshop to Scottish Government, Office of the Chief Economic Advisor to enhance capacity of diagnostic trade analysis.
Our thanks go to both Oscar Guinea for the invitation to work with Scottish Government and
The latest blog for UKTPO by Jim Rollo and Peter Holmes in light of the vote in the House of Lords this week, and the EU rejecting the Prime Minister's Irish border solution leading to doubts over whether the UK can
Michael Gasiorek's latest Briefing Paper for UKTPO: 'UK–EU trade relations post Brexit: binding constraints and impossible solutions'.
All possible variants of UK-EU trade relations which meet the UK government’s stated conditions are mutually irreconcilable. The only way of resolving this is to
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