Every Brexit impasse costs the UK dearly: ‘No-deal preparations’ are a procurement blackhole, but who’s counting?
Albert Sanchez-Graells (University of Bristol Law School) Brexit is creating a plethora of effects for the UK and the EU. Some are clearly visible, while others are not. Most of…Read More
Thanks to Brexit: An ever-closer Union in financial supervision Nathan de Arriba-Sellier (Leiden and Rotterdam Universities) Three years after the referendum, the path to Brexit has proven to…Read More
The importance of being equivalent: Brexit and financial services Scott James (King’s College London) & Lucia Quaglia (University of Bologna) Over the summer, the impasse in the negotiations…Read More
Event Report: “Brexit, the Irish Economy and the Future of European Fintech” On 16 September 2019 the Brexit Institute, in cooperation with Dublin Airport Central, has hosted an…Read More
No Deal, No Backstop: The Potential Impact on Northern Ireland Cameron Boyle (Immigration Advice Service) As we hurtle towards our Brexit deadline of the 31st of October, the prospect…Read More
How could economists make themselves useful in the Brexit debate? Marianna Koli (New College of Humanities) What should the priorities for economists be in communicating economic policy to the public…Read More