Olekseyuk, Zoryana / Clara Brandi (2019)
Die aktuelle Kolumne, 15 January 2019
The economic and political consequences of the different Brexit scenarios have been the subject of much discussion as of late. Yet we also need to pay closer attention to the global effects of the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU.
Scholz, Imme (2019)
Die aktuelle Kolumne, 14 January 2019
2019 will not be an easy year for international cooperation, the improvement of human welfare and sustainable development. Disconcerting trends within our own society, in the European Union (EU) and in international relations make it more difficult to take action, and yet, without a global perspective, there is no conceivable way of improving national welfare in today’s world.
Olekseyuk, Zoryana / Israel Osorio Rodarte (2019)
Briefing Paper 2/2019
Regardless of the EU-UK deal, developing countries will suffer from Brexit due to the loss of preferences granted by different European treaties. Our simulation results illustrate a need for actions to mitigate the adverse effects on the economically vulnerable countries.