The truth and consequences of Brexit: could a catastrophe for academia be an opportunity for publishers?

@article{Wilcock2016TheTA,
  title={The truth and consequences of Brexit: could a catastrophe for academia be an opportunity for publishers?},
  author={Jacob Wilcock and Andrew R. Miller},
  journal={Insights: The UKSG Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={216-223}
}
Through a combination of research and reportage, this paper examines the immediate impact the 23 June 2016 pro-Brexit vote in the UK has had on scholarly research, its funding, the reputations of British universities and the scholarly publishing business. It documents industry speculation about what Brexit’s long-term impact on the academic community could be. And through interviews with executives at a variety of six small, medium and large publishers of UK scholarly journals, the paper… 
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