A one-day conference examining the implications of UK trade arrangements outside of the EU for tariffs, market access and the harmonisation of standards and regulations.The goal is not to argue for or against any particular choice, but rather to help participants gain a better understanding of their economic costs and benefits.
The audience will be a mix of researchers, policy and political advisers, journalists, public servants and practitioners from the private sector. The conference will take place under the Chatham House rule: no attributed contributions without the express permission of the person named.
|9.30||UK/EU trading arrangements
Thomas Sampson, London School of Economics
|The options available under WTO
L Alan Winters, the Sussex Trade Observatory
|11.20||Brexit and the Motor Industry
David Bailey, Aston University;
Discussant Nigel Driffield , University of Warwick
|Impact on the City of London
Alistair Milne, Loughborough University:
Discussant Michael Mainelli, Z/Yen, London
|13.30||Protectionism in and outside of the EU: an assessment of developments over time
Huw Edwards, Loughborough University
|How helpful are new trade deals likely to be at softening the blow of ‘hard Brexit’?
Monique Ebell, National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
Guy De Jonquieres, former World Trade Editor at the Financial Times
Daniel Hodson, co-founder Financial Services Negotiation Forum
Shanker Singham, Director of Economic Policy and Prosperity Studies at the Legatum Institute
Peter Ungphakorn, former Senior Information Officer, WTO Secretariat
Other panellists to be announced
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Venue: Loughborough University London Campus, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E15 2GZView all events