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Author Buckle, Ralph.

Title BREXIT : directions for Britain outside the EU
Published London : London Publishing Partnership, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (185 pages)
Series Hobart Paperback
Hobart paperback.
Contents The authors; Foreword; Acknowledgement; Editorial note; Tables, figures and boxes; 1A blueprint for Britain: openness not isolation,; Iain Mansfield; Framing the endeavour; External negotiations; Box(1Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty; Table(1Comparative positions of Norway, Switzerland and Turkey and proposed UK position after exit; Box(2What is the Single Market?; Table(2Free trade agreements of Switzerland, Norway, New Zealand and the EU with non-EU G20 countries; Figure(1Percentage of UK exports to the EU and ROW; Table(3The UK's top ten non-EU, non-EFTA export destinations (2012)
Appendix C. Problems with the Swiss optionReferences; 3Old links, new ties -- global free trade through the Anglosphere and Commonwealth; Ralph Buckle and Tim Hewish; Introduction; Why the Commonwealth and Anglosphere nations?; Current economic trends; Figure(5Commonwealth and Europe share of real world GDP (PPP, bn) 1970-2013; Table(14World Bank's Ease of Doing Business rankings; Table(15World Bank's 'Starting a Business' rankings; Table(16World Bank's 'protecting investors' rankings; The Internet; Table(17The Corruption Perception Index; Box(6New Zealand
Negotiations under the Article 50: the℗ EU's℗ prescribed method of withdrawalEU law post-Brexit; British post-Brexit influence in the EU; Post-EU trade and migration policy; Table(13Foreign direct investment flows per capita per year (US ); Figure(4FDI in Iceland, Switzerland, Norway in comparison with the UK (1983-2012), Central Bank of Iceland (1989-2012); The process of rejoining EFTA; Reforming the EEA and EFTA: re-establishing the original purpose of the EEA; Conclusion; Appendix A. The alternatives; Appendix B. Additional benefits of EFTA/EEA membership
Table(4Initial priority order for non-EU, non-EFTA FTA negotiationsTable(5Likely topics for negotiation in a UK exit agreement; Internal preparations; Box(3Regulations and directives; Box(4Super-affirmative procedure; Box(5Excerpt from a summary of EU driving regulations for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes; Figure(2How does the UK spend the money it receives from the EU?; Outcomes; Table(6Impact on GDP of the best-case, most likely and worst-case scenarios; Conclusion; Appendix A: Analysis of trade policy options; Table(7UK exports (goods and services) 2002-12 (℗Đbn)
Table(8UK trade export growth (goods and services), 2002-12Appendix B: Analysis of outcomes; Table(9FTA priority conclusions; Table(10Cost of UK exit as calculated by comparison with the TTIP; Table(11UK benefit or loss from selected FTAs; Table(12Impact on GDP of the best-case, most likely and worst-case scenarios; References; 2Britain's post-EU future and the development of EFTA plus; Robert Oulds; Introduction; The EU and 'free' trade; Aims and objectives: the desired outcomes of negotiations with the EU; Figure(3UK trade balance with EU in goods and in services
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Should Britain join an enlarged NAFTA?
Form Electronic book
Author Hewish, Tim.
Hulsman, John C., 1967-
ISBN 0255366825