Uncharted territory: the Implications of Leaving the EU

Published: 10th May 2016

New research by NIESR and UK in a Changing Europe

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TUESDAY 10 MAY

The latest issue of the National Institute Economic Review, edited by Angus Armstrong and Jonathan Portes, brings together some of the leading academic researchers on EU issues in the UK, under the auspices of the ESRC’s UK in a Changing Europe programme, to examine the UK's place in the EU and the implications of the referendum. Five articles are included:

  • Britain's influence in the EU, by Anand Menon and John-Paul Salter (King’s College London)
  • Immigration, free movement and the EU referendum, by Jonathan Portes (NIESR)
  • The free movement of services, migration, and leaving the EU, by Catharine Barnard and Amy Ludlow (University of Cambridge)
  • EU membership, financial services and stability, by Angus Armstrong (NIESR)
  • The EU budget and UK contributions by Iain Begg (London School of Economics)

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