Brexit Economic Impact | Video Interviews on Brexit Effects

Brexit: Emergent Understandings of Consequences and Impacts
Wednesday 28 March 2018, Glasgow

The economic effects of Brexit on Scotland and the Scottish Economy - Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli 
UK immigration policy after Brexit; implications for Scotland and the United Kingdom - Professor Christina Boswell 
The constitutional effects of Brexit -Professor Tom Mullen 
Brexit and the energy market - Iain Wright 
The impact on Scotland’s public finances - Professor David Heald 


Brexit’s Challenge to UK and Devolved Government
Thursday 8 March 2018, London

Constitutional issues and constitutional developments – the devolved nations of the UK, Ireland and intergovernmental relations - Professor Tom Mullen 
The impact of Brexit on the structure and machinery of UK government - Tim Durrant 
Brexit’s Challenge to UK and Devolved Government - Professor David Heald 
The implications of Brexit for public spending and public services – Gordon Marnoch 
Borders, trade and immigration - Joseph Owen 


Remote Control after Brexit? The Precedent of Switzerland and Prospects for Scottish Public Spending and Public Services
Thursday 1 February 2018, Edinburgh

Switzerland and the EU - "It's Complicated" Professor Andreas Bergman
Scotland's Public Finances After Brexit - Professor David Heald
Public Spending and Services in Scotland after Hard Brexit – Gordon Marnoch 


Brexit and the North of England: An Expert Seminar
Friday 24 November 2017, Newcastle

Brexit and the North of England - Professor Tom Mullen
Brexit, UK Auto and Industrial Policy - Professor David Bailey


Wales, Devolution and Brexit: An Expert Seminar
Monday 6 November 2017, Cardiff

Public finance and public expenditure implications - Professor David Heald
The Brexit negotiations and public services - Gordon Marnoch
A single market for the UK?: the implications of governance for the recentralisation of powers - Dr Jo Hunt
The Withdrawal Bill and devolution: governing the UK after Brexit - Dr Hugh Rawlings


Ireland and Brexit: What Happens Next?
Infrastructure, Trade and Constitutional Relations with the UK
Wednesday 4 October 2017, Dublin

Brexit: Challenges for Ireland - Professor Tom Mullen
The Electricity Sector in Ireland - Iain Wright
Rights of Irish citizens in the UK after Brexit - Eleanor Spaventa
Ireland’s role in the EU, before and after Brexit - Aidan O'Hara


Borders, Constitution and Money: An Expert Seminar
Wednesday 21 June 2017, Belfast

Negotiating Brexit: East-West and North-South - Professor Tom Mullen
Negotiating Brexit: Constitutional Challenges - David Phinnemore
Negotiating Brexit: Public Services in Northern Ireland - Gordon Marnoch
Negotiating Brexit: Fourth The Common Travel Area - Imelda Maher


Negotiating Brexit: An Expert Seminar
Tuesday 25 April 2017, University of Glasgow

Negotiating Brexit with a blueprint, a border and the Belfast agreement - Mr Brian Doherty
Brexit and the British-Irish Relationship - Mr Mark Hanniffy
Big Divorce Bill, and Implications for Scotland's Spending - Professor David Heald
The Brexit Negotiations: Law, People, Process, Institutions and Issues - Professor Tom Mullen