Brexit Studies Series

With the vote on 23rd June 2016 for the UK to leave the European Union it has become imperative for individuals, business, government and wider society to understand the implications of the referendum result. This series, published in collaboration with the Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University, UK, examines a broad sweep of topics related to Brexit. It aims to bring together academics from across the disciplines to confront and examine the challenges withdrawal from the EU brings. The series promotes rigorous engagement with the multifaceted aspects of both the ‘leave’ and ‘remain’ perspectives in order to enhance understanding of the consequences for the UK, and for its relationship with the wider world, of Brexit, and aims to suggest measures to counter the challenges faced.

The series editors welcome proposals from researchers in a variety of disciplines and from institutions in the UK, Europe and beyond. If you would like to discuss an idea for a title in the series, please contact Publisher Philippa Grand.

Forthcoming in this series

Brexit Negotiations After Article 50: Assessing Process, Progress and Impact
Edited by Alex de Ruyter and Beverley Nielsen

Regional Success After Brexit: The Need for New Measures
By David Hearne and Alex de Ruyter

Brexit and Gibraltar: The Negotiations of a Historically Contentious Region
By Arantza Gomez Arana

European Security in a Post-Brexit World
By Stefania Paladini and Ignazio Castellucci

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Series editors:

Alex De Ruyter
Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University, UK

Jon Yorke
Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University, UK

Haydn Davies
Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University, UK


All titles in the series