This paper examines the role to be played by the devolved administrations in the negotiation, conclusion and implementation of trade agreements concluded by the United Kingdom post-Brexit. It proposes a significant reform of existing inter-governmental cooperation mechanisms to ensure that devolved administrations are given a meaningful voice in the shaping of future trade agreements.
|Publisher||CETLS Working Paper Series|
|Number of pages||31|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Brexit, UK-NI relations, Devolution, Comparative Federalism