Corpus ID: 55958646

Programming Brexit: How Will the UK's IT Sector Fare?

  title={Programming Brexit: How Will the UK's IT Sector Fare?},
  author={Mikkel Barslund and Matthias Busse},
  journal={European Economics: Macroeconomics \& Monetary Economics eJournal},
  • M. Barslund, M. Busse
  • Published 1 June 2017
  • Political Science
  • European Economics: Macroeconomics & Monetary Economics eJournal
The British economy has always been able to rely on a continuous inflow of high-skilled workers from the rest of the EU and the UK is currently home to over three million EU citizens and. As a result of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, however, the image of the UK in the eyes of foreign workers may have become tarnished. By using LinkedIn data, the authors of this study analyse the movements of IT professionals between the EU and the UK and thereby illustrate what is at stake… Expand


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