Making social science accessible

22 Mar 2023

6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Prospero House, Borough High Street, London, UK

Economy

There is a widespread view among economists that Brexit has had a substantial negative impact on the UK economy. However, some economists disagree. This event will bring together economists with different perspectives to discuss the widely publicised estimates by the Centre for European Reform, the OBR and others including the BriefingsforBritain website, and to see what common ground if any, exists on what we know about the economic impacts of Brexit to date.

 

Speakers

Chair: Mehreen Khan

Chair: Mehreen Khan

The Times

Graham Gudgin

Graham Gudgin

University of Cambridge

Sophie Hale

Sophie Hale

Resolution Foundation

Julian Jessop

Julian Jessop

The Institute of Economic Affairs

Jonathan Portes

Jonathan Portes

UKICE

John Springford

John Springford

Centre for European Reform

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