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Policy analysis from the Centre for Economic Performance


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CEP BREXIT Analysis
BREXIT 2016: Policy Analysis from the Centre for Economic Performance
Holger Breinlich, Swati Dhingra, Saul Estrin, Hanwei Huang, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson, John Van Reenen and Jonathan Wadsworth June 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT08:
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Tags: brexit; eu referendum; uk economy; uk politics; trade; foreign investment; growth; productivity; immigration; wages; labour
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
Who Bears the Pain? How the costs of Brexit would be distributed across income groups
Holger Breinlich, Swati Dhingra, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen June 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT07:
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Tags: brexit; referendum
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
‘ECONOMISTS FOR BREXIT’: A critique
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen
May 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT06:
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Tags: brexit; referendum
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
Brexit and the Impact of Immigration on the UK
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, John Van Reenen and Jonathan Wadsworth
May 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT05:
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Tags: brexit; immigration; uk government policy; uk economy; wages; employment; eu referendum
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
The UK Treasury analysis of 'The long-term economic impact of EU membership and the alternatives': CEP Commentary
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen April 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT04:
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Tags: brexit; hm treasury; eu referendum; uk politics; uk economy; europe; trade; canada
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
The impact of Brexit on foreign investment in the UK
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen
April 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT03:
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Tags: #cepbrexit; foreign direct investment; manufacturing; european single market; brexit; eu; trade
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
The consequences of Brexit for UK trade and living standards
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen March 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT02:
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Tags: #cepbrexit; trade; brexit; eu; european union; welfare
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CEP BREXIT Analysis
Life after Brexit : What are the UK’s options outside the European Union?
Swati Dhingra and Thomas Sampson
February 2016
Paper No' CEPBREXIT01:
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Tags: brexit; trade; european union; welfare; eu; #cepbrexit

Objective, brief and non-technical, CEP BREXIT Analysis is a series of background briefings on the issues facing the public over the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.

This series discusses the research evidence on some of the key issues in the referendum including living standards in the UK and overseas, trade, immigration, investment, inequality and regulation.

These analyses are provided by some of our expert researchers and draw on some of our past and current research. Earlier analyses of other elections are available: including the 2015, 2010 and 2005 UK General Elections, the 2012 US Presidential Election, European Elections and Scottish Referendum.

We will try to answer enquiries relating to this work whenever possible. Press inquiries to Romesh Vaitilingam (Tel: 07768-661095 Email: romesh@vaitilingam.com), or Helen Durrant (Tel: 020 7955 7395 Email: h.durrant@lse.ac.uk).

NOTE
The Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) is a politically independent Research Centre at the London School of Economics. The CEP has no institutional views, only those of its individual researchers. Professor John Van Reenen who joined the CEP as Director in 2003, did not (and does not) support joining the Euro. CEP's Brexit work is funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England and the UK Economic and Social Research Council. As a whole the CEP, receives less than 5% of it's funding from the European Union. The EU funding is from the European Research Council for academic projects and not for general funding or consultancy.