Our Trade Analysis tool is designed for trade analysis education within the marketplace!
TradeSift software complements any course or work in International Economics or Regional Integration; allowing deeper understanding of theoretical concepts and far greater employability and market prospects!
What Does TradeSift Do?
TradeSift Edu allows you to analyse Trade, Tariff and GDP data up to the 4 digit level using various diagnostic indicators, including Revealed Comparative Advantage, Intra Industry Trade or the Finger-Kreinin Index.
How Does TradeSift Help You?
We hope you will enjoy this course and using TradeSift.
What Does Your Course Fee Include?
Your course fee includes:
- Access to all course material
- Access to training videos
- A course certificate upon completion of all modules and exercises
- Continuous Professional Development (CPD) accredited
- A full permanent licence of the TradeSift Edu software with free support for one year
We thoroughly enjoy being active members in the trade policy arena and look forward to working with you on this course.
Everyone at InterAnaylsis
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Your Course Tutors
This TradeSift training course is supported and delivered by a wealth of academic and trade policy experience.
InterAnalysis has over 100 years of combined knowledge in lecturing, academic research and roles in government.
Dr Michael Gasiorek
Michael is one of InterAnalysis' Managing Directors and co-founders, establishing the company in 2008. Michael is also a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex in the Department of Economics teaching, researching, supervising and managing projects. In conjunction with directing InterAnalysis, Michael co-founded and directed the Centre of the Analysis of Regional Integration at the University of Sussex, running the research centre, managing research projects and organising conferences. Michael has many years of experience in the design and management of international research programmes, collaboration with government official and key international organisations. Michael's research focuses on trade/regional integration development and poverty. Michael is also a member of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex.
Dr Peter Holmes
Peter is one of InterAnalysis’s Directors and Co-founders. Peter is also a Reader in Economics at the University of Sussex, having experience in teaching, researching, and training in the field of international trade and regional integration. Peter has experience working on RTAs, WTO issues including competition policy and dispute settlement, as well as supervising and managing projects, in collaboration with partners in France, Poland, India China, South Africa and Kenya. He has been a consultant to the European Commission, the World Bank and the UK DBIS and DFID. He has delivered Tradesift courses in many countries including Ethiopia, Tanzania, Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Peter attained a BA and PhD in Economics from the University of Cambridge, UK. He has been for many years a visiting professor at the College of Europe, Bruges and Warsaw. He speaks English and French. Peter is also a member of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex.
Professor Jim Rollo
Jim is Finance Director and a Co-founder of InterAnalysis. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Sussex and associate fellow of CARIS, University of Sussex and of Chatham House. Jim was previously Professor of European Economic Integration and was Chief Economic Advisor at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office until 1999. Previous to that he was the Head of the International Economic Programme at Chatham House. Jim has many years of experience as an economic analyst in British Government service and as an academic researcher and teacher. As well Jim has wide experience of researching, consulting and capacity building in the economic aspects of trade and development policy. He has a BSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Glasgow and an MSc (Econ) from the London School of Economics. Jim is also Deputy Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex.
PreviewIntroduction to TradeSift: Key Features and Overview of Basic Operations
StartVideo: How to Use and Analyse Your Trade Data (Trade Query) (9:30)
StartVideo: Sort and Filter (10:51)
StartExercise 1 - Partners, Products and Protection
StartVideo: An Introduction to Trade Classification Schemes (12:30)