Governance after Brexit programme
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. 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.
Click here for more information about the ten different projects. You can also contact the following email addresses:
Other Brexit research
In addition to UK in a Changing Europe and Governance after Brexit, the ESRC also funds a variety of other Brexit projects.
Based at the Centre on Constitutional Change, University of Edinburgh, Principal Investigator, Professor Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen.
Principal Investigator Dr Katharine Tyler, University of Exeter
Principal Investigator Professor Paul Mizen, University of Nottingham
Brexit research projects
Twenty-five key Brexit research projects were programmes that addressed the long-term implications and immediate challenges of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. They were principally funded from 2016 to 2019. Click here to read more about the projects and their research outputs.
Alongside producing our own reports, the UK in a Changing Europe hosts research papers produced by academics on the on the UK’s relationship with the EU.