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EU referendum and Brexit: Analysis

The University of Oxford offers a breadth of academic analysis and expert commentary as Britain’s new relationship with the European Union and wider world takes shape. Faculty members across our academic divisions – Social Sciences, Humanities, Medical Sciences and Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences – discuss the national and global implications, help explain the key processes, pose the most pressing questions, and address significant challenges and opportunities.

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Analysis articles (most recent at the top):

Complex Negotiations are Dynamic and Unpredictable - Scot Peterson

Mapping the Brexit vote - Chris Green

Transitional Brexit - Pavlos Eleftheriadis

The voice of the people? - Professor Timothy Garton Ash

A vital reaffirmation of Parliamentary sovereignty - Professor Sandra Fredman

Brexit arithmetics: a logical approach to predicting a Brexit deal - Professor Kalypso Nicolaïdis

Populism on the Rise? - Professor Catherine De Vries

The Brexit Case - Professor Alison Young

The UK research ecosystem - Professor Ian Walmsley

Modern Languages in the UK - Professor Katrin Kohl

Impact of Brexit on Europe-China Relations - Dr Paul Irwin Crookes

The view from abroad - Sir Ivor Roberts

The need for a second referendum - Professor Bo Rothstein

Brexit offers opportunities - Professor Sir John Bell

Rethinking globalisation - Dr Emily Jones

Legislation - Professor Stephen Weatherill

What Hashtags Reveal - Yin Yin Lu

Article 50 - Professor Alison Young

Scotland, Ireland, and Brexit - Professor Iain McLean

Complex negotiations - Tim Cullen

Views from Oxford - Vyacheslav Polonski, Stephen Fisher, Madeleine Sumption, Erik Jones, Philippa Byrne and Katrin Kohl