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Brexit Research in the Faculty of Economics

The Faculty of Economics at Cambridge has a reputation for innovation. These articles bring together the latest thinking from the Faculty’s world leading economic minds about Brexit.

Dr. Meredith Crowley gave three interviews about her Cambridge Working Papers in Economics research paper "Renegotiation of Trade Agreements and Firm Exporting Decisions: Evidence form the Impact of Brexit on UK Exports" (joint with Oliver Exton and Lu Han). A live interview with the BBC News Channel (TV) "UK trade agreements after Brexit", presented by Martine Croxall, an interview on BBC World Service In the Balance "Brexit: Planning in Uncertain Times", presented by Ed Butler and an interview on Trade Talks from the Peterson Institute for International Economics "Trade Talks Episode 68: Brexit Votes for Uncertainty" presented by Soumaya Keynes (The Economist) and Chad P. Bown.

In ‘Breaking the Brexit impasse’, Dr. Toke Aidt, Professor Hamid Sabourian and Professor Jagjit Chadha examine the use of a sequential voting system to make the democratic process fair to all views.

Tom Auld and Professor Oliver Linton’s recent article shows that the betting market predicted the Brexit result an hour earlier than the foreign exchange market. A number of media outlets have relayed the findings of their paper, including Sky News, Daily Mail, Hindustan Times, London Economic, Interesting Engineering and Belfast Telegraph.

Dr. Meredith Crowley and Professor Giancarlo Corsetti have a large array of research on their Brexit Project Page which examines the impact of trade policy and exchange rate shocks on trade.

Or see the news section to find out more about the Faculty’s recent activity and research into Brexit.


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