Professor Anton Muscatelli, ahead of an expert panel discussion on Brexit, writes that six months after the UK’s vote to leave the EU, the path to Brexit is still uncharted.
Lectures, seminars, papers and articles analysing the economic, social and constitutional implications of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
Text of a lecture given by Professor Josef Konvitz discussing why freedom of movement is in fact critical not only to the future of the EU economy, but to that of the UK as well.
Anton Muscatelli argues that Britain’s best negotiating stance is to suggest to the EU that the current arrangements between the EEA and the European Free Trade Association could be seen as a stepping stone for the UK.
Professor Jim Gallagher – The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland.
Kicking off a series of events on Brexit hosted by Policy Scotland, Professor Jim Gallagher today gave a lecture at the University of Glasgow on “The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland”. Addressing an audience of prominent academics, journalists and experts from a range of fields, Professor…
The outcome of the EU Referendum has the potential to be a significant shock to the economy but also a transformational change in how we operate across a range of sectors.
Report by Ken Gibb from a Brexit event featuring a keynote speech from the First Minister.
The challenge of dealing with Brexit when there is an underlying problem with policy capacity and huge implications for the devolved governments.
Professor Michael Russell MSP gives his first reaction to the outcome of the European Referendum and its implications for Scotland.
Professor Anton Muscatelli, economist and Principal of the University of Glasgow, writing in a personal capacity, makes the positive case for European Union membership.
The EU Leave campaign’s arguments about trade are based on out-dated, irrelevant assumptions and models and following them would be catastrophic for the UK economy.