By Boni Sones, Parliamentary Radio, CBR, University of Cambridge
In this Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge 40 minute audio documentary podcast on the Post-Brexit Options for the UK: Combining Legal and Economic Analysis we summarise the key points of our 11 key speakers at our recent Workshop held on 30th March 2017.
You can listen to Simon Deakin, Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Centre for Business Research introduce our speakers and then we let them summarise the key points of their presentations in their own words.
We hear from:
1: The Political Context
Brendan Simms, The Geopolitics of Brexit, or Britain’s Bill to Europe
John Bell and Julian Ghosh: Brexit and Devolution
David Howarth: The UK Constitution and the Great Repeal Act
2: Trade and Economic Law
Lorand Bartels: The ‘WTO Option’
Michael Waibel: The UK’s ‘Exit Bill’
3: Economic and Social Policy
Graham Gudgin: The UKMOD Economic Forecast of the Effects of Brexit
Simon Deakin: A Libertarian Britain Prepares to Leave an Ordoliberal EU
4: Migration and Citizenship
Kirsty Hughes, The Right to Remain of EU Nationals
Martin Steinfeld, Free Movement of Persons
Catherine Barnard, Migration and Employment Rights
The workshop was organised jointly by the Cambridge Public Policy Strategic Research Initiative and Centre for Business Research (CBR). We are grateful for the support of the University of Cambridge Impact Acceleration Account.
You can also hear more from each of these speakers lower down our podcast and blog page. Beside each podcast we have put a key quote from their presentation. There are also blogs to download in some cases.
Listen to the podcast
In this Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge 40 minute audio documentary podcast on the Post-Brexit Options for the UK: Combining Legal and Economic Analysis we summarise the key points of our 11 key speakers at our recent Workshop held on 30 March 2017.