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The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Brexit

Edited by: Patrick Diamond , Peter Nedergaard , Ben Rosamond

Print publication date:  May  2018
Online publication date:  May  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138049369
eBook ISBN: 9781315169613
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The surprise decision expressed by the British people in the referendum held in June 2016 to leave the European Union was remarkable. It also presents a "natural experiment" where the exposure of a society to an extraordinary event allows scholars to observe, in real time in the real world, the interaction of variables.

The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Brexit takes stock of what we know in the social science community about the Brexit phenomenon so far and looks to make sense of this remarkable process as it unfolds. The book asks simple questions across a range of areas and topics so as to frame the debate into a number of navigable "subdiscussions", providing structure and form to what is an evolving and potentially inchoate topic. As such, it provides a systematic account of the background for, the content of, and the possible implications of Brexit.

The handbook therefore does not examine in detail the minutiae of Brexit as it unfolds on a day-to-day basis but raises its sights to consider both the broad contextual factors that shape and are shaped by Brexit and the deeper sources and implications of the British exit from the European Union. Importantly, as interest in Brexit reaches far beyond the shores of the United Kingdom, so an international team of contributors examines and reveals the global implications and the external face of Brexit.

The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Brexit will be essential reading and an authoritative reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners involved in and actively concerned about research on Brexit, British politics, European Union politics, and comparative politics and international relations.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Brexit and the State of the United Kingdom Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Brexit and the Irish Case Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Brexit and Scotland Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Brexit and the City of London Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Brexit and the Future Model of British Capitalism Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Brexit and British Trade Policy Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Brexit and Agriculture Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Brexit and Higher Education and Research Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Brexit, ‘Immigration’ and Anti-Discrimination Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Brexit and British Exceptionalism Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Brexit and English Identity Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Brexit and the Conservative Party Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Brexit and the Labour Party Download PDF
Chapter  15:  The (Anti-)Politics of Brexit Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Brexit and the Commonwealth Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Brexit and Britain’s Role in the World Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Brexit and the EU as an International Actor Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Brexit and European Defence Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Brexit and EU Financial Regulation Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Brexit and the European Union Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Brexit and Small States in Europe Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Brexit and the EU’s Affiliated Non-Members Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Brexit and the Future of EU Theory Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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