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UK are about to leave the EU. What are the financial stakes for the UK and for Denmark? What consequences will a Brexit have on international politics and for the EU project as a whole and? Get your answers from a CBS researcher.

 
09/05/2019

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Associate Professor Ole Helmersen
Associate Professor with the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management, specialised in UK politics and social conditions.
 
Professor Jesper Rangvid
Professor with the Department of Finance. He can answer questions related to the financial and macroeconomic consequences of the vote.
 
Associate Professor Sine Nørholm Just
Associate Professor with the Department of Business and Politics, specialised in rhetorics as well as the political debate and public opinion formation on the EU. She can answer questions related to i.e. what the vote will mean for the EU project as a whole.
 
Associate Professor Manuele Citi
Associate Professor with the Department of Business and Politics, where he conducts his research on matters related to EU politics, EU economic integration and institutional development, regulation of the internal market and the EU budget. He can answer questions related to the possible impact of Brexit on the UK economy and on trade with the other members of the EU, and on the consequences of Brexit for the EU institutional structure.
 
Associate Professor Edward Ashbee
Associate Professor with the Department of Business and Politics. He regularly comments on UK politics and policy in the Danish media. His commentaries have included the current state of the Brexit debate, developments within the parties - the Conservatives, Labour and UKIP -, elections and their implications, opinion polling, the consequences of Brexit for the British economy, and the impact of the vote upon transatlantic relationships.

Professor Poul Fritz Kjær
Professor at Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy. He is a researcher in European politics and economy and has just given his view on the possible consequences of Brexit in Deadline.


This article was first published in 2016 but has been updated and published again since.

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