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Brexit?

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Lieke van Uden

on 14 August 2015

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Transcript of Brexit?

Brexit not benefiting for the trade
Brexit will lead to a reduction in the GDP
Withdrawal from the European Union would mean that the level of output in the United Kingdom economy would be two and a quarter percent lower permanently than it otherwise would have been (Young and Pain, 2013).
Trade
Immigration
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
free movement of labour in EU

NO
zero-sum: a job taken by an immigrant is one less for a British national

benefit: raise native's workers income

net contribution to the fiscal system
loss of foreign direct investment

optimistic scenario: 2.2% of GDP

pessimistic scenario: 6.3-9.5 % of GDP
£1.25
Friday, August 14, 2015
Lieke van Uden
Contents
Should the UK remain within the EU?
the UK shouldn't leave the EU
Conclusion
Trade

Gross Domestic Product

Immigration

Vote "yes" or "no"
Brexit or Fixit?
productivity decreases

tariff barriers increase

non - tariff barriers increase

reliance decrease
Trade
GDP
Immigration
Thank you for your attention
Questions?


Migration is not a reason for UK to leave the EU
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