Leaving the EU

Leaving the EU

What are the key considerations when deciding how much economic power to devolve to cities, local authorities, national governments and the EU? The UK's constitution is changing fast. These are not only highly charged political issues, but also of profound importance to the future economic prosperity. NIESR has particular expertise in analysing the implications of different constitutional arrangements for fiscal and financial coherence and the possible macroeconomic consequences. In addition, NIESR has unrivalled expertise on the economic and social impact of migration, in particular free movement within the EU on labour markets, the welfare system and the economy more widely.

Our work on the EU Referendum can be viewed here.

A number of NIESR staff are working on this topic, including: Jagjit Chadha, Director​, Angus Armstrong, ESRC Centre on Constitutional Change, Monique Ebell and Heather Rolfe