Scholarly Research Looks at Brexit: Free Papers

brexit-sage-publishingOn June 23 a majority of Britain’s voters said they wanted the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Five months on, SAGE Publishing is providing free access to a range of academic research which engages directly with the Brexit referendum and its potential impacts or gives a background on the UK-EU relationship. From immigration and migrant workers, to the economic impact and the media, this live research portal will provide an invaluable body of research to keep people up to date with the latest scholarly research on the subject.

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In the wake of this huge democratic decision, scholarly research is more important than ever in providing expert insights, in-depth observations, and nuanced perspectives.  As the government works towards invoking Article 50, the formal procedure for withdrawal, and planning to renegotiate trade deals, immigration policies and all that comes along with it, SAGE will maintain a live research portal to ensure that this research is widely available and easily discoverable and will be updated as new  research is published.

The key topics covered will include:


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