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The Trade, Geography and Regional Implications of Brexit: Special Issue from Papers in Regional Science

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Special Issue: The Trade, Geography and Regional Implications of Brexit
For the first time since Brexit was decided, in this special issue of Papers in Regional Science, a group of experts enquires about the economic geography, regional and trade implications of such a choice. With scientifically sound approaches, these works overcome political narratives, which are often too persuasive or even wrong. The theory of a ‘post-geography trading world’ – one in which the UK can easily redirect its trade flows with other far-away countries with respect to Europe – is questioned, as well as the monopoly position of UK in the trade bargaining process.
 
Guest edited by Professor Philip McCann, this curated collection of articles on ‘The Trade, Geography and Regional Implications of Brexit’ will allow the reader to appreciate contributions which open the debate to the real threats that the UK and the EU are going to face over the next years.
Roberta Capello
Roberta Capello
Editor in Chief
Papers in Regional Science
 
We are pleased to offer the contents of this Special Issue to read and download for free throughout 2018.
 
Introduction
By Philip McCann
UK Trade and FDI: A post-Brexit perspective
By Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Veronica Rappoport, Thomas Sampson, and Catherine Thomas
The Continental Divide? Economic Exposure to Brexit in Regions and Countries on both sides of the Channel
By Wen Chen, Bart Los, Philip McCann, Raquel Ortega-Argilés, Mark Thissen, and Frank van Oort
Consequences of Brexit and Options for a “Global Britain”
By Steven Brakman, Harry Garretsen, and Tristan Kohl
The regional costs of market size losses in a EU dismembering process
By Roberta Capello, Andrea Caragliu, and Ugo Fratesi
The Long-term Economic Implications of Brexit for Scotland: An Interregional Analysis
By Gioele Figus, Katerina Lisenkova, Peter McGregor, Graeme Roy, and Kim Swales
Internationalized at work and localistic at home: the ‘split’ Europeanisation behind Brexit
By Riccardo Crescenzi, Marco Di Cataldo, and Alessandra Faggian
Brexit and its Possible Implications for the UK Economy and its Regions
By John S.L. McCombie and Marta R.M. Spreafico
Beyond Brexit: reshaping policies for regional development in Europe
By Jon Bachtler and Iain Begg
 
 
 
 
 
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