Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit
This chapter introduces this edited volume of essays on the economics of the UK-EU relationship. The following chapters cover the UK economic growth performance in an European context, the relationship between EU membership and Mrs Thatcher reforms in driving the British economic renewal, how the EU-UK relation evolved from the prism of monetary integration, the role of UK financial sector and EU integration after Brexit, the effects of foreign direct investment flows from and to the UK, the role of immigration in the UK-EU relationship, how did EU Regional Policy affect the UK-EU relationship, the role of EU regulation, and how deep integration affects the history and prospects of the UK-EU relationship.
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