This topical and important book identifies the short to medium-term economic, financial and social consequences of Brexit. Containing perspectives from leading thinkers across legal, economic and financial fields, it considers both the general effect of UK withdrawal on the European integration process, and the specific impact on the free movement of capital, goods and people.
Addressing the main areas within both the UK and the EU that can and will be affected by Brexit, including the financial sector, immigration, social rights and social security, After Brexit: Consequences for the European Union will make fascinating reading for all those currently engaged in the study and practice of Law, Economics, Finance, Political Science, Philosophy, History and International Affairs.
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1) Nazaré da Costa Cabral, José Renato Gonçalves and Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, Introduction
Part 1 – Brexit’s General Effects: The Future of the European Integration Process
2) Pompeo Della Posta and Scheherazade Rehman, Brexit: Origins and Future Perspectives
3) José Renato Gonçalves, The Brexit and the European Union in the Context of Globalization
4) Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, Brexit and the Future of the EU: Move-Back or Move-Forward?
5) Pauline Schnapper, Brexit and the Risk of the European Desintegration
6) Annette Bongardt and Francisco Torres, A Qualitative Change in the Process of European Integration
7) Federico Fabbrini. Brexit and the Reform of Economic and Monetary Union
8) António B. Menezes Cordeiro, Brexit as an Exception
al Change of Circumstances?
Part 2 – Brexit’s Sectorial Effects (I): Trade and Free Movement of Goods and Citizens
9) Michael Emerson, Which Model for Brexit?
10) Mark Baimbridge and Philip B. Whyman, Economic Implications of Alternative Trade Relationships: Post-Brexit Options for the UK
11) Samo Bardutzky, The Position of EU Citizens in the UK and of the UK Citizens in the EU27 Post-Brexit: Between Law and Political Constitutionalism
12) Ioanna Ntampoudi, Post-Brexit Models and Migration Policies: Possible Citizenship and Welfare Implications for EU Nationals in the UK
13) Yves Jorens and Grega Strban, New Forms of Social Security for Persons Moving Between the EU and the UK? Part 3 – Brexit’s Sectorial Effects (II): Free Movement of Capital and the Financial Markets
14) Ana Paula Dourado, Free Movement of Capital and Brexit
o Lamandini and David Ramos Muñoz, Free Movement of Capital: Could the CJEU Smooth Brexit?
16) Ansgar Belke, Policy Uncertainty and Spillovers into International Financial Markets
17) Karel Lannoo, EU Financial Markets after Brexit
18) Claudio Scardovi and Rabia Deniz Agaoglu, How Brexit may Affect Banks’ Business Models and the Financial System in the UK and EU: Opportunity to Revitalize the Existing Banking Structures?