What to do with the UK?: EU perspectives on Brexit

Wyplosz, Charles (ed.)

London : Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), 2016 . - 152 p. : ill

A VoxEU.org eBook

Abstract: With Britain's exit from the European Union edging ever closer, so too are the negotiations. So far the focus has been on the future position of the UK. Now the time comes for the remaining 27 member states to understand the implications for them, and establish a strategy for the European Union. This eBook gathers the opinions of 25 authors from 15 of these member states, and from Switzerland. They not only look at the different challenges that will face the UK, but also the EU27. Amongst the challenges are labour mobility, trade, the City of London, foreign direct investment, the European Court of Justice and EU budget contributions. The seemingly likely outcome of a 'hard' Brexit is also causing tensions between EU countries, with some expected to benefit from it and others to lose. This eBook is a way of discussing the potential issues facing different members when it comes to negotiating with the UK.


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