|Centre for Economic Policy Research
|No.88, March 2017
The process for Britain to leave the European Union has begun. This Policy Insight argues that it faces a unique opportunity to show its ability to lead global free trade.
CEPR President, Richard Baldwin, alongside two leading economists from Oxford University and the IGC, outline how the Government can negotiate the best trade deals with the rest of the world after leaving the EU, and in particular, developing countries.
|Politics and International Relations, Trade
|Countries / Regions
|Europe, United Kingdom