Brexit and Fulfilling Work: Responding to Threats and Exploiting Opportunities
Author: Alan McGregor
This report, written by Alan McGregor, Research Professor of Economic Development at the University of Glasgow’s Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU), considers the potential threats for fulfilling work in the UK that exiting the EU is likely to bring, and suggested ways to exploit any new opportunities which may arise from Brexit.
The report is based on desk research, interviews and discussions with key stakeholders and statistical analysis for the UK, the EU and OECD.
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