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Lecture: The economics of Britain and the EU (watch the recording)

Published: Wed 4 May 2016
Lecture: The economics of Britain and the EU (watch the recording)

What are the economic arguments for and against EU membership? What are the implications of the renegotiated terms of membership? What alternatives are there if Britain left the EU? What trade relationships could the UK forge outside the EU?

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This public lecture by Mark Baimbridge seeks to answer these questions and explores the future options for Britain and its relationship with the European Union.

This lecture is part of a series of lectures and webinars which look beyond the headlines and examine some of the key political issues affecting Bradford, the UK and beyond.

Mark Baimbridge is a lecturer in the Division of Economics in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Bradford and specialises in: European economic integration, the relationship between Britain and the EU and European political integration; Contemporary labour markets - Labour market flexibility

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