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References Bârgăoanu, A. and Negrea, E. (2011). Comunicarea în Uniunea Europeană: Modele teoretice si aspecte practice. Bucharest: BBC. (2018) “Sainsbury’s boss warns food ‘can’t be stockpiled’ for no-deal Brexit”. Retrieved from: BBC. (January 21 2019). “Brexit: David Cameron warned by Donald Tusk over ‘stupid referendum’“. Retrieved from: Bloomberg. (2019). “Tesco Finally Says It’s in

-month transition period came into effect during which existing rules on trade, travel, and business remained in operation. An agreement on future relations is to be negotiated over this period. The complexities involved in international trade negotiations notwithstanding, the UK government has announced that it will not seek an extension of the negotiating period. In terms of the types of possible Brexits, the spectrum running from ‘hard’ to ‘soft’ refers to the height of the barriers that would be applied to UK-EU trade. The hardest of ‘hard Brexits’ would have arisen had the

References 1. Amerasinghe, F., C. (2005). Principles of the Institutional Law of International Organizations. UK: Cambridge University Press. 2. Baldwin, E., R., ed. (2016). Brexit Beckons: Thinking ahead by leading economists. UK: Centre for Economic Policy Research. 3. Beddoes, M., Z. (June 2016). The Brexit Briefs: Our guide to Britain’s EU referendum. The Economist. 4. Börner, S. & Eigmüller, M., ed. (2015). European Integration, Processes of Change and the National Experience. UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 5. Bruun, N., Lörcher, K. & Schömann, I., ed. (2012). The

1 Introduction The trend toward the deepening of international economic integration by reducing trade barriers has been observed in the global economy over the past few decades. According to the World Trade Organization (WTO), the number of regional trade agreements increased from ~40 in 1990 up to almost 280 in 2016 [ WTO, 2016 ]. Considering the growing global economic integration, the decision of the United Kingdom (UK) to leave the European Union (EU) was unexpected and extraordinary. On 23 June 2016, the Brexit referendum took place, and a majority of

Works Cited Beck, Sarah. “Appropriating Narratives of Conflict in Contemporary Verbatim Theatre: A Practice-as-Research-led Investigation into the Role of the Playwright.” PhD Diss. University of London, 2016. Billington, Michael. “P is for Political Theatre.” The Guardian 27 Mar.2012. Web. 03 July 2017. Billington, Michael. “My Country: A Work in Progress Review – Carol Ann Duffy Tackles Brexit.” The Guardian 13 Mar. 2017. Web. 1 July 2017. Billington, Michael. “The State of Reviewing Today.” Theatre in Crisis: Performance Manifestos for a New Century . Ed

References Beghè Loreti, Adriana. Il Recesso Dalle Organizzazioni Internazionali, Milan, 1967. Circolo, Andrea; Hamulak, Ondrej; Blazo, Ondrej. Art. 50 Tue - How To Under­stand The ‘Right’ Of The Member State To Withdraw From The European Union?, In Ramiro Troitiño D., Kerikmäe, T., Chochia, A (Eds.), Brexit - History, Reasoning And Perspectives, Zurich, 2018, 199. Circolo, Andrea. Brevi Note Sulle Conclusioni Del Primo Accordo Di Recesso: Brexit Deal, In Rivista Eurojus.It, 2017. Curti Gialdino, Carlo. Oltre La Brexit: Brevi Note Sulle Implicazioni Giuridiche E


This paper aims to provide some insights into the way that the recent referendum held on June 23rd about the Brexit could affect the UK’s perspective to proceed to a new round of QE. Moreover, the effects of the latter on the Eurozone are under scrutiny. Transmission channels of the shock that the Brexit has brought about on the EU and the Eurozone, as well as possible scenarios about the future relationship between the UK and the EU are presented. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first academic piece of work that makes a direct link between the consequences of the Brexit on decisions about proceeding in further QE actions or not in the UK and at the same time studies how this could result in affecting the Eurozone’s economy and its decision-making about adopting further unconventional policies.

References Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community, 2019/C 144 I/01, OJ C 144, 25.4.2019. Anderson, M. & Mitchell I. (2016), ‘Beyond Brexit: the volume of EU aid after 2020,’ Centre for Global Development , 20 December. Retrieved from [accessed 29 Jul 2019] Baker, A.; Crossman, S.; Mitchell, I.; Tyskerud, Y. & Warwick, R. (2018), ‘Where next for UK aid?’ Institute for Fiscal

References Al-Nuemat, A. & Nawafleh, A. (2016), ‘Brexit, arbitration and private international law,’ Journal of Politics and Law , vol. 10, no. 5, pp. 116–123. Avdenja, N. (2015), Legal Protection for Trademarks from Registered Generic Top-Level Domain Names, BA thesis, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn. Bettinger, T. (2015), Domain Name Law and Practice: An International Handbook, NewYork: Oxford University Press. Blenkinsop, P. & Koester, S. (2018), ‘EU Commission proposes making fingerprints mandatory in ID

Brexit, EEA and the free movement of workers: structural considerations on flexibility1 Václav Stehlík Faculty of Law, Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic STEHLÍK, Václav. Brexit, EEA and the free movement of workers: structural considerations on flexibility. International and Comparative Law Review, 2016, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 145–156. DOI: 10.1515/iclr-2016-0020. Summary: The article focuses on the regulation of the free movement of workers under Agreement on the European Economic Area in the light of the considered accession of