Humanties colleagues contribute to Policy@Manchester’s latest publication
(18 May 2017)
Colleagues from the Schools of Social Sciences, Environment, Education and Development, and Law have contributed to ‘On Brexit’, the new downloadable publication from Policy@Manchester.
The publication features a collection of essays across a wide range of Brexit-related policy questions from academics and researchers across the University, including:
- ‘Brexit, trade fictions, and what we know about what we don’t know’, by Dr Silke Trommer, School of Social Sciences (SoSS);
- ‘Brussels bureaucrats and Whitehall mandarins: taking regional identities seriously’ by Professors Diane Coyle and Rob Ford, SoSS;
- ‘The case against Linguaphobia’ by Professor Yaron Matras, School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED);
- ‘Brexit and the Westminster fallacy of democratic nostalgia’ by Professor David Richards, (SoSS);
- ‘Family Law’ by Dr Ruth Lamont, School of Law.
Some chapters were written in collaboration with external partners.
- You can view the document on the Policy@Manchester webpage.