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Ireland and Brexit: modelling the impact of deal and no-deal scenarios

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  • Bergin, Adele
  • Economides, Philip
  • Garcia-Rodriguez, Abian
  • Murphy, Gavin

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  • Bergin, Adele & Economides, Philip & Garcia-Rodriguez, Abian & Murphy, Gavin, 2019. "Ireland and Brexit: modelling the impact of deal and no-deal scenarios," Quarterly Economic Commentary: Special Articles, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).
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    DOI: /10.26504/qec2019spr_sa_bergin
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    2. Busch, Berthold, 2019. "Brexit: Der Streit um die irische Grenze," IW-Kurzberichte 70/2019, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft (IW) / German Economic Institute.
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    4. Martina Lawless, 2020. "Brexit and trade on the Island of Ireland," Revue de l'OFCE, Presses de Sciences-Po, vol. 0(3), pages 95-119.
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