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Understanding Brexit: impacts at a local level: Southampton case study

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Diae Bolet, Jose Javier Olivas Osuna, Josh De Lyon, Kira Gartzou-Katsouyanni, Alexandra Bulat, Kuba Jablonowski, Max Kiefel, Mary Kaldor

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2018

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The UK is in a critical juncture with regard to the process of negotiations to leave the European Union. Important discussions are taking place which will shape the future relation between Britain and the EU. The economic analyses published on the issue have, so far, largely failed to grasp the attention of the general public. Most of the discussions about Brexit have focused at a national level and there has been very little evidence-based discussion at a local level.This project aims at stimulating a reflexive participatory research process involving citizens,policy-makers, business people and civil-society representatives. It introduces an innovative methodology that contextualises quantitative data through expert interviews and the analysis of local sources. The reports and discussion panels organised within the framework of the project seek to increase our understanding about the impact of Brexit at a local level.

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