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Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit

Immigration effects within the EU-Brexit framework: An empirical analysis


This research aims to assess the Brexit spillovers upon ten EU economies (EU-10), through labour mobility, as a core pillar of regional integration. In this regard, we have developed two scenarios on the outputs obtained by EU-10related to GDP growth and labour market main results both for natives and the foreign population under the effects of labour and humanitarian immigration flows framed within the Brexit context (2000-2019). We have built up a panel consisting of representative indicators that have been standardised in order to ensure accurate results for the specific macro-econometric and structural equations models(SEM) applied. The results highlight that the EU-10 will be positively influenced by immigration considering the labour market outcomes, as revealed by important employment levels increases, even though the impact largely differs across countries, under a compelling spatial presence.


Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research


Mirela Cristea (Romania)

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