The authoritative source for independent research on UK-EU relations

03 Jun 2020

Economy

Services and Brexit

The United Kingdom has left the European Union. Negotiations are underway over a deal to shape the future relationship between the two parties. As things stand, there is no guarantee that such a deal will be agreed. Even if it is, the new relationship will imply significant changes in the way the UK and EU trade with each other.

These impacts will vary significantly by sector and also by region. In this report, Sarah Hall and her collaborators investigate what they might be in the area of services. The UK is, of course, a predominantly services-based economy, so their findings are of huge relevance.

BACK TO ALL REPORTS

MORE FROM THIS THEME

What would no deal mean?

Brexit and the consequences for fisheries management in the North Sea

Manufacturing and Brexit

A Brexit Effect? Reflections on the impact of the UK leaving the EU on international scientific collaboration

Brexit: what next?

Recent Articles