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GTAP Resource #5999

"Modelling the (Potential) Long Term Macroeconomic Impact of Brexit: Findings from Wales"
by Khorana, Sangeeta, Badri Narayanan and Nicholas Perdikis


Abstract
This paper employs a computable general equilibrium (CGE) dynamic simulation model to analyse United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) relationship and its impact on the Welsh economy. Two potential scenarios are simulated: (a) no economic partnership agreement between the UK and EU on 31 December 2020, i.e. trade between the UK and EU and the rest of the world would revert on World Trade Organisation (WTO) basis and default Most Favoured Nation (MFN) tariffs apply. (b) a transition period, i.e. continue the existing arrangement that includes membership of the Customs Union and Single Market, for a limited period after 31 December 2020. This models the possibility of a transition period to last for either two, three, five or 10 years. Results present a negative forecast for the Welsh (and UK) economy. The scenario, which sees the UK reverting to trading with the EU on WTO terms, generates maximum losses for Wales (and the UK) in the long-term. A transition period arrangement projects long-term losses for Wales that depend on the length of transition period such that a longer transition minimises losses for Wales (and the UK).


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2020 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented during the 23rd Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference)
Date: 2020
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Created: Khorana, S. (4/5/2020)
Updated: Khorana, S. (5/15/2020)
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- Dynamic modeling
- Economic growth
- Foreign direct investment
- Labor market issues
- Preferential trading arrangements
- Europe (Western)


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