Trade in services and digital trade across borders has rapidly grown in recent years, providing key drivers to the UK economy. However, measurement, classification and definitional challenges have come to characterise the nature of available evidence, driving the need for further research in this space.
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This project will form part of the beta testing of the NISRA de-identified Business Data for Research (BDR) database in advance of the data being made available for wider use by approved researchers within the Administra...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Ulster
The project investigates the trading ecosystem of Northern Irish businesses and the impact of Brexit, which could provide insights on measuring trade restrictions in services across sectors.
"**Need** - UK government wishes to support SMEs to increase trade. To assess trade and supply chain impacts of policy changes and political/economic events like Brexit, politicians, trade negotiators and businesses...
Funded by: Innovate UK
Lead research organisation: Coriolis Technologies Limited
The project aims to develop an Analytics-as-a-Service platform for accurate, near real-time, granular trade data for goods/services, which could help in measuring trade restrictions in services across sectors.
The vision for a 10x Economy sets out clear ambitions for Northern Ireland to focus on areas where Northern Ireland can be a global leader, in order to "Position Northern Ireland to be amongst the most competitive s...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Strathclyde
The project examines the nature of trading firms vs non-trading firms in Northern Ireland and the impact on workers, which could provide insights on measuring trade restrictions in services across sectors.