The Local Economic Effects of Brexit

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Series Details No.10 (July 2017)
Publication Date July 2017
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The London School of Economics' Centre for Economic Performance carried out a study The Local Economic Effects of Brexit shedding light upon the local economic impact of Brexit. It concluded that it was the richer cities, predominantly in the south of England, that would be hit hardest by Brexit, with this effect particularly apparent in areas specialised in services.

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ESO: In Focus: Brexit - The United Kingdom and the European Union
Blog: LSE EuroppBlog, 27.07.17: CEP study: The UK areas that will be hit most (and least) by Brexit
The Guardian, 27.07.17: Aberdeen to be worst hit by Brexit but all British cities will suffer – report
CEP/Centre for Cities: Report, July 2017: Brexit, trade and the economic impacts on UK cities

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