As the UK moves towards the hard end of making decisions about Brexit, it is timely to consider the economic impacts on the various types of Brexit on the UK, the EU and beyond. With this in mind, we are pleased to be able to bring together several of the leading economic analysts in the EU on this very subject.
The half-day event will offer a range of perspectives on the modelling of Brexit in soft, hard and no-deal scenarios, highlighting the extent to which this will be a Europe-wide phenomenon and the depth of the interlinkage of the European economy.
This event will be of interest to all those working on Brexit, especially for those seeking to understand the dynamics of economic factors and how it relates to the choices that the UK and EU are making.
Panel 1: The view from Belgium
Hylke Vandenbussche (University of Leuven)
Patrick Bisciari (National Bank of Belgium)
Panel 2: The view from Ireland and the Netherlands
Adele Bergin (Economic and Social Research Institute, Ireland)
Gerien Meijerink (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis)
Venue: One Birdcage Walk, London SW1H 9JJ