Brexit research

Introduction

Governance after Brexit is a programme of research into fundamental issues thrown up by the UK’s changing relationship with the European Union.

Working alongside the UK in a Changing Europe, the programme addresses the challenges and opportunities of Brexit for the UK from a long-term perspective. It enhances the capacity of social science research to address Brexit’s deeper causes and consequences.

Governance after Brexit research can help the UK navigate its own future as well as its relationships with the EU and the wider world.

The programme’s projects are based in universities across the UK and cover a range of topics and disciplines.

The first set of projects includes five larger awards which work across multiple themes and locations and five smaller innovation grants focused on conceptual and theoretical developments.

Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Governance after Brexit is directed by Professor Daniel Wincott at Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre. A call for the second round of proposals is planned for later in 2019.

Contact the programme:

Project pages

Northern Exposure: Race, Nation and Disaffection in “Ordinary” Towns and Cities after Brexit

Research Leader: Professor Adrian Favell

How Does Post-Brexit Britain Wish To Exercise Its Sovereignty?

Research Leader: Professor John Curtice

Agri-Environmental Governance Post-Brexit : Co-production of policy frameworks

Research Leader: Dr Ruth Little

EEA Public Services Research Clinic: EEA PSRC

Research Leader: Professor Charlotte O’Brien

Health Governance after Brexit: Law, Language and Legitimacy

Research Leader: Professor Tamara Hervey

Brexit, Relationships and Everyday Family Life

Research Leader: Dr Katherine Davies

Learning from ‘Left-Behind’ places: everyday hopes and fears for the future after Brexit in England

Research Leader: Professor Jeanette Edwards

Rhaglen Llywodraethu ar ôl Brexit

Mae Llywodraethu ar ôl Brexit yn rhaglen ymchwil sy’n edrych ar y problemau sylfaenol sy’n codi o ganlyniad i sut mae perthynas y DU gyda’r Undeb Ewropeaidd yn newid.  

Drwy gydweithio â’r DU mewn Ewrop sy’n Newid, mae’r rhaglen yn mynd i’r afael â’r heriau a’r cyfleoedd a ddaw yn sgîl Brexit i’r DU o safbwynt hirdymor. Mae’n cynyddu capasiti ymchwil y gwyddorau cymdeithasol i fynd i’r afael ag achosion Brexit a’i oblygiadau dyfnach.

Gall ymchwil Llywodraethu ar ôl Brexit helpu’r DU lywio ei dyfodol ei hun yn ogystal â’i pherthynas â’r UE a’r byd ehangach. 

Cynhelir prosiectau’r rhaglen mewn prifysgolion ar draws y DU ac maent yn edrych ar ystod o bynciau a disgyblaethau.

Mae’r gyfres gyntaf o brosiectau yn cynnwys pum dyfarniad mwy sy’n gweithio ar draws sawl thema a lleoliad yn ogystal â phum grant arloesedd llai ar gyfer datblygiadau cysyniadol a damcaniaethol. 

Bwriedir cael yr alwad am yr ail rownd o gynigion nes ymlaen yn 2019. 

Cysylltwch â’r rhaglen: 

 

 

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