Open economy politics and Brexit: insights, puzzles, and ways forward

@article{Owen2017OpenEP,
  title={Open economy politics and Brexit: insights, puzzles, and ways forward},
  author={Erica Owen and Stefanie Walter},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={179 - 202}
}
ABSTRACT On 23 June 2016, a majority of 52% of British voters decided in a referendum that the United Kingdom should leave the European Union. The decision sent shockwaves around Britain, Europe, and the world: the ‘Brexit’-vote presents the first instance that a country has voted to exit a major supranational institution, putting both the European integration project and the future of the United Kingdom in a globalized world into question. At the time of writing, four months after the… 
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