Long-term Economic Implications of Brexit

@inproceedings{Roy2016LongtermEI,
  title={Long-term Economic Implications of Brexit},
  author={Graeme Roy and Katerina Lisenkova and Peter McGregor and Gioele Figus and John Swales},
  year={2016}
}
Over the long term (i.e. 10+ years), most economists predict that the decision to leave the EU will have a negative impact on trade, labour mobility and investment.To date studies have concentrated on the UK as a whole. At the same time, they have tended to focus on the aggregate economic impact, with little assessment of the different impacts by sector.This report closes this gap by providing an inter-regional and multi-sectoral analysis of Brexit on Scotland and the rest of the UK.To… CONTINUE READING

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