Research at Birmingham Business School

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From the Business School Blog

Brexit and the City: implications for EU capital markets

Brexit and the City: implications for EU capital markets
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Professor of Financial Economics Andrew Mullineux writes: Financial institutions are preparing for Brexit by opening and moving staff to offices in EU cities. We can expect to see this trend continue, in which case, what are the post-Brexit prospects for London as a financial centre?
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In the Conversation

How a 'Ukraine-plus' Brexit deal could solve Theresa May's problems

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Professor Pervez Ghauri co-writes in The Conversation: Ukraine shows how it's possible to have single market access, while maintaining control of your borders and staying out of the European Court of Justice.
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