The Brexit vote, inflation and UK living standards
The vote to leave the European Union (EU) was an unanticipated shock to the UK economy that increased uncertainty and reduced the country’s expected future openness to trade, investment and immigration with the EU. Our research examines the observed effect of the Brexit vote on UK living standards since the referendum, focusing on inflation and real wage effects.
20 November 2017 Paper Number CEPBREXIT11
This CEP Brexit analysis is published under the centre's Trade programme.