Has EU membership influenced the UK's parliamentary supremacy?

BREXIT by mistake

The book answers the most up-to-date questions about BREXIT: How did the historic BREXIT referendum in Great Britain go, what is the background to the upcoming EU exit and what consequences are foreseeable for Germany, Europe and the global economy? The BREXIT decision is an event of the century for Europe that weakens the EU and shifts the balance of power globally. The EU has lost its attraction, it is not in line with that. Century that is Asian, digital and innovative. It turns out that there was an indirect path from the banking crisis to the wave of anti-immigration and the exit from the EU. In addition, the referendum result was heavily distorted by a grossly flawed information brochure from the Cameron government, which concealed the expected loss of income as a result of an exit from the EU - this information would have resulted in a clear pro-EU majority. A second referendum? EU reforms? EU integration can only be continued by a neo-EU that is better constructed.

Paul Welfens has written a very sensitive study of the causes - and effects - of Brexit, which appears to be Britain's largest deliberate economic policy mistake since the Great Depression.

Prof. Dr. Harold James, Department of History, Princeton University

In the book by Paul J.J. Welfens on the outcome of the Brexit referendum is a relentless, sober and critical analysis of how this referendum result came about. Welfens lists the essential critical points: Anyone who wants to deal with this topic frankly and openly is highly recommended to read this book.

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Friedrich Schneider, Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz

The author

Prof. Dr. Paul J.J. Welfens is President of the European Institute for International Economic Relations (EIIW) at the University of Wuppertal, where he also holds the Jean Monnet Chair for European Economic Integration and the Chair for Macroeconomics. He is also Chairman of the Institute of the Federal Association of German Economists and Business Economists, Düsseldorf, a Non-resident Senior Research Fellow at the AICGS of the Johns Hopkins University, Washington DC, and an IZA Research Fellow, Bonn. The EIIW stands for more than two decades of award-winning research. Welfens was a invited expert of the German Bundestag, the European Parliament, the EU Commission, the US Senate and the IMF.