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van Schalkwyk, May C.I., Barlow, Pepita, Siles-Brügge, Gabriel, Jarman, Holly, Hervey, Tamara and McKee, Martin (2021) Brexit and trade policy: an analysis of the governance of UK trade policy and what it means for health and social justice. Globalization and Health, 17 (1). ISSN 1744-8603

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De Ville, Ferdi and Siles-Brügge, Gabriel (2020) As liberal Britain leaves, will the EU become more protectionist? LSE Business Review (25 Jan 2020). Blog Entry.

De Ville, Ferdi and Siles-Brügge, Gabriel (2020) Brexit may make EU trade policy more progressive. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (23 Jan 2020). Blog Entry.

Ní Mhurchú, Aoileann, McLeod, Laura, Collins, Stephanie and Siles-Brügge, Gabriel (2017) The REF’s focus on linear and direct impact is problematic and silences certain types of research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 May 2017). Website.

Siles-Brügge, Gabriel and Butler, Nicolette (2015) Regulatory chill? Why TTIP could inhibit governments from regulating in the public interest. Democratic Audit UK (17 Jun 2015). Website.

Siles-Brügge, Gabriel and Butler, Nicolette (2015) Regulatory chill? Why TTIP could inhibit governments from regulating in the public interest. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jun 2015). Website.

Siles-Brügge, Gabriel (2014) Despite lofty rhetoric about development, the EU has cut preferential trading rules with emerging economies for commercial reasons. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Apr 2014). Website.

Siles-Brügge, Gabriel and De Ville, Ferdi (2013) The potential benefits of a US-EU free trade deal for both sides may be much smaller than we have been led to believe. LSE American Politics and Policy (17 Dec 2013). Website.

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