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If the UK plunges into a no-deal (hard) Brexit, then it is very difficult to predict what will happen to the economy in the short-term. The reason is that there are virtually no precedents to a country leaving an economic bloc in which it has been thoroughly integrated for many years.
Prof. Cropper has recently received two awards from the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis.
Prof. Kalemli-Ozcan was interviewed on her research on debt overhang by VoxEU videos. These videos (under five minutes) present research-based policy analysis and commentary by leading economists. Watch the video here.
Uncertainty surrounding the British exit from the European Union is already reducing trade between these partners according to new research by Professor Limao, Alejandro Graziano (UMD graduate student) and Kyle Handley (University of Michigan).
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