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#AllOutEconomics Brexit & the UK economy’s rocky path as the Chancellor declares he has ended Austerity.

#AllOutEconomics Brexit & the UK economy’s rocky path as the Chancellor declares he has ended Austerity.

Vicky Pryce is interviewed by CBR Policy Associate Boni Sones OBE This interview was recorded on September 6th 2019 Vicky Pryce begins her #AllOutEconomics podcast by asking why the voice of business leaders is still not being heard by government as the UK economy slows and confidence ebbs away. “In terms of Brexit we have… Read more

Treasury economic modelling is flawed

Treasury economic modelling is flawed

Press Release, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge Contact: Graham Gudgin: gg14@cam.ac.uk or Dr Ken Coutts: kjc1@cam.ac.uk Telephone: 01223 765320 Treasury economic modelling is flawed say economists from the Centre for Business Research (CBR), Judge Business School, University of Cambridge New research from the Centre for Business Research, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, questions… Read more

Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis

Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis

By Boni Sones, policy associate CBR Brexit will probably not be the economic catastrophe that many have feared, but uncertainty over the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU and legal complexities stemming from the Great Repeal Act will chill business relationships for the foreseeable future , say lawyers and economists meeting in Cambridge the… Read more

A critique of treasury estimates of the impact of Brexit

A critique of treasury estimates of the impact of Brexit

by Graham Gudgin Research Associate CBR, University of Cambridge (In association with Ken Coutts and Neil Gibson of the CBR and Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan of Ulster University Economic Policy Centre) Post-Brexit options for the UK: combining legal and economic analysis Gudgin tells Boni Sones why he thinks the Treasury over-estimated the short-term economic… Read more

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