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Handbook on the European Union and Brexit

9781839100680 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by John Erik Fossum, Professor and Christopher Lord, Professor, ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo, Norway
Publication Date: January 2023 ISBN: 978 1 83910 068 0 Extent: c 592 pp
Brexit has irrevocably transformed British politics, yet its effects are not confined to relations between the UK and the EU. Venturing beyond the already vast literature on Brexit, this dynamic Handbook explores the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU for the EU itself, single countries within and beyond Europe, and the international system, as well as different social groups, generations, and territories within the UK.

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Brexit has irrevocably transformed British politics, yet its effects are not confined to relations between the UK and the EU. Venturing beyond the already vast literature on Brexit, this dynamic Handbook explores the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU for the EU itself, single countries within and beyond Europe, and the international system, as well as different social groups, generations, and territories within the UK.

John Erik Fossum and Christopher Lord bring together 29 expert contributions on the multiple actors and processes which have shaped Brexit. State-of-the-art chapters cover the various factors which led to the success of the ‘Leave’ campaign, the role of EU institutions in Brexit, the implications for other member states and players in the international system, and questions of political legitimacy posed by the UK’s departure from the EU. The Handbook concludes with a discussion of the alternative relationships and opportunities available to the UK in the post-Brexit era.

Advancing multiple specialised perspectives on and approaches to Brexit, this comprehensive Handbook will be an invaluable resource for students and scholars of British and EU politics. Its overview of recent developments in the EU will allow researchers and research institutes to develop their own work on Brexit.
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Contributors include: Richard Bellamy, Monika Brusenbauch Meislová, Birgit Bujard, Ian Cooper, James Dennison, Helen Drake, Federico Fabbrini, John Erik Fossum, Christian Frommelt, Roy H. Ginsberg, Andrew Glencross, Sieglinde Gstöhl, Michael Kaeding, Hussein Kassim, Michael Keating, Brigid Laffan, Sandra Lavenex, Chris Lord, Nanette Neuwahl, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Craig Parsons, Jean-Claude Piris, Uwe Pütter, Rafał Riedel, Justus Schönlau, Julie Smith, Russell Solomon, Amy Verdun, Alexandre Veuthey, Albert Weale, Wolfgang Wessels, Shaohua Yan, Biao Zhang
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