Brexit: how might UK agriculture survive or thrive?

This project will estimate the potential effects of UK agricultural and trade policy scenarios following Brexit. The research focuses on the possible economic consequences of Brexit throughout the agricultural sector including supply, demand, prices, exports, imports and economic welfare.

The project will also assess the impacts of the selected Brexit scenarios on farm production decisions, the economic performance across major farm types and the welfare of farm households. It will provide the UK Government, its devolved administrations and other practitioners with cohesive and robust analysis to support future agricultural policy development and decision making.

Dr Carmen Hubbard
Research Leader Dr Carmen Hubbard Newcastle University
Co-investigators
Dr Michael Wallace Newcastle University
Dr Shailesh Shrestha SRUC
Anne Liddon Newcastle University
Professor David Harvey Newcastle University
Charles Scott Newcastle University
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