TradeSift: building trade-policy capacity


13th November 2019

Lead institution:
The University of Sussex

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, DFID, FCO, UN Economic Commission for Africa, Government of India, European Commission, USAID, Centre for WTO Studies at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.

TradeSift is a method and software developed by Sussex researchers to help policy-makers and governments overcome the issues of complex and expensive mathematical modelling in order to analyse trade policy simply and cost effectively. By such means, TradeSift has benefited individual policy-makers, governments and civil society, particularly in poorer regions of the world, helping them to develop programmes that build capacity and improve trade.

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