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The Economics of Brexit (Year 12 & 13)

Location
University of Birmingham
Dates
Wednesday 20 January 2021 (13:15-14:15)
Economics of Brexit

Year Group: 12 and 13 

Subject(s): Economics

Attendee Requirements: None

About: This Economics Masterclass will address an important, topical issue - Brexit. We will begin by discussing the key economic advantages/disadvantages of EU membership in order to appreciate what the UK stands to lose or gain from Brexit. Students will then see how economists use economic models to weigh-up the balance of costs and benefits identified in turbulent polictical times. Finally, students will work in groups to evaluate the government's current negotiating position with the EU and find feasible ways to break the impasse in a way that is most beneficial to the UK economy.

Speaker: Dr Ceri Davies, Lecturer of Economics

How to book: Bookings should be made by the school coordinator using the booking form available on the Masterclasses programme page.

To find out more about any of the Masterclasses, please e-mail the Masterclass team.

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