Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit

Publication date: 29 May 2019 | Publication type: NiGEM Observations | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Hantzsche, A
This NiGEM Observation presents updated estimates of the economic impact of different Brexit scenarios based on analyses recently published by NIESR and building on earlier work on EU withdrawal by the Institute (e.g. Pain and Young, 2004; Ebell et al., 2016). It provides an overview of the...
Publication date: 8 May 2019 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Hantzsche, A, Young, G
In the wake of Parliament’s rejection of the proposed Brexit deal, there have been discussions between the Government and the Labour Party on a customs union as the basis for the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union. This option also gained substantial support in...
Publication date: 25 Apr 2019 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Employment & Social policy, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | External authors: Consterdine, E | JEL classification: F22, J08 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 248 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
Free movement has been at the heart of the Brexit debate, with the government grappling between satisfying public and business demands for restrictive and liberal approaches to immigration respectively. In response the government have advocated temporary migration as a potential solution, including...
Publication date: 25 Apr 2019 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Employment & Social policy, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | External authors: Sumption, M | JEL classification: F22, J61 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 248 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
This paper examines the implications of labour migration models that rely on employer sponsorship. According to UK government proposals, long-term migration into high-skilled jobs after Brexit will require workers to be sponsored by employers, while workers in low-skilled and low-wage jobs will...
Publication date: 25 Apr 2019 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Employment & Social policy, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | External authors: Green, A | JEL classification: J61, J68, R58 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 248 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
In an era of free movement UK employers have had ready access to a supply of labour from the European Union to fill lowskilled jobs. This has enabled them to adopt business models, operating within broader supply chains, that take advantage of this source of labour and the flexibility that many...
Publication date: 25 Apr 2019 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Employment & Social policy, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Rolfe, H, Runge, J, Hudson-Sharp, N | JEL classification: J48, J60 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 248 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
As Britain prepares to leave the EU immigration policy has come to the top of the policy agenda. The Brexit vote was seen as a vote against free movement and new policies are aimed at introducing more restrictive controls. The report by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) in September 2018...
Publication date: 3 Dec 2018 | Publication type: Policy Paper | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Chadha, J S | Report number: 9
You can also view the evidence as submitted to the Treasury Committee on the Treasury Committee website The UK is set to leave the European Union at the end of March 2019.  The process of leaving was triggered by the result of the Advisory Referendum held on 23 June 2016, which led to invocation of...
Publication date: 26 Nov 2018 | Publication type: Other | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Young, G
Garry Young's note on the methodology used in the report "The Economic Effects of the Prime Minister's Brexit Deal"
Publication date: 26 Nov 2018 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Macroeconomics, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Young, G, Hantzsche, A, Kara, A
Read Garry Young's note on the methodology behind this report here.   This report estimates the economic effects of the government’s proposed Brexit deal that was first published on 14 November 2018, and subsequently expanded. The impact of any Brexit deal can be broken down into two key components...

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