Market access barriers and non-tariff measures can appear through a variety of regulatory, legislative or procedural routes, carrying significant costs to businesses or otherwise prohibiting or restricting trade. Research in this area should aim to improve measurement of trade barriers and how they arise, what their real business impact is, and the extent of actionability.
The guiding research questions on market access and non-tariff measures to trade are:
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Japan has undertaken a unique approach in its international economic agreements with other countries, concentrating on concluding treaties, which cover a wide range of matters (trade, services investment and competition)...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: City, University of London
The project discusses the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the context of EU, UK, and Japan trade relations, but does not specifically address differences across sectors and business sizes.
This project addresses the role of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection for international trade, innovation, and technology and knowledge diffusion in the context of Canada-UK relationships after Brexit. First, ...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: National Institute of Economic & Soc Res
The project explores the role of intellectual property rights protection in the context of Canada-UK relationships after Brexit, but does not directly address enforcement practices or differences across sectors and business sizes.