In the wake of Brexit, the UK refferendum vote to leave the EU, GEG's researchers have been involved in debates, interviews, and expert commentary. These include:
- Brexit and the Limits of Financial Power in the UK (29 May, 2017, GEG) - Scott James and Lucia Quaglia on the UK's financial sector and its role in Brexit
- We can't afford a bitter Euro-divorce (18 January, 2017, CapX) - Emily Jones says we must avoid petty point-scoring as we break from Europe
- Brexit: Legal Challenges and Opportunities (9 November, BSG) - Emily Jones and Jeremias Prassl Focusing on protecting trade agreements with developing countries post Brexit and the expected disappearance of European Jurisprudence from UK law.
- Brexit: Opportunity or peril for trade with small and poor developing economies? (26 July, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development) - Emily Jones on Brexit and developing country trade relations.
- The past, present and future of globalisation: Brexit in one chart (22 July, Reaction) - Ivaylo Iaydjiev summarising the problem with globalisation in one smart graph.
- Building the Brexit Team (16 July, The Economist) - Dr Emily Jones is quoted in the article about Britain's need of a good negotiating team.
- What would make Brexit negotiations better? Here are 8 simple suggestions (15 July, New Statesman) - Dr Emily Jones lays out eight points to help negotiate a new trade deal with the EU
- Brexit shows globalisation needs a rethink (4 July, Reaction) - Dr Emily Jones assesses the new world order on trade.
- Brexit Britain - what now? (30 June, BSG) - An expert panel discuss the issues at stake post-referendum.
- Brexit negotiations: Four ways to get a good deal (29 June, BBC News Online) - Professor Ngaire Woods and GEG Director Dr Emily Jones write a piece highlighting four points to consider in successfully negotiating new trade agreements.
Watch the Brexit Britain debate here:
Director Emily Jones has been awarded an ESRC Impact Acceleration Award, which will be used to investigate how the UK can make trade work for development post-Brexit. Read more here.