The Brexit vote, inflation and UK living standards

20 November 2017

The first detailed statistical analysis of how the referendum outcome has affected UK inflation, wages and living standards shows UK households are paying a high economic price for the vote to leave the European Union in this report by:

  • Thomas Sampson, research leader The UK in a Changing Europe and assistant professor at the London School of Economics CEP
  • Holger Breinlich, co-investigator The UK in a Changing Europe and professor of International Economics, at The University of Nottingham
  • Dennis Novy, co-investigator The UK in a Changing Europe and associate professor of Economics at the University of Warwick
  • Elsa Leromain, London School of Economics

They are part of The UK in a Changing Europe’s Economics of Brexit team.

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The views expressed in this research paper are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative.

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