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Brexit aftermath: UK and European Union

June 27, 2016

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the aftermath of Brexit.

*Please see U of T News story featuring professors commenting on the Brexit vote

Randall Hansen, Professor of Political Science at Munk School of Global Affairs
Expertise: What’s next for the UK, The British pound, Will Scotland veto Brexit, Xenophobic incidents in UK
Email: r.hansen@utoronto.ca

Mel Cappe, Professor School of Public Policy and Governance
Expertise: What does this mean for Britain’s political landscape, Steps ahead to exit EU
Tel: (416) 978-2875 or (647) 981-7666
Email: mel.cappe@utoronto.ca

Phil Triadafilopoulos, Associate Professor of Political Science
Expertise: How xenophobia played a part in the vote, Vote will affect immigration and travel, Which countries could also exit
Tel: (416) 978-7035
Email: t.triadafilopoulos@utoronto.ca

Jennifer Jenkins, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair in Modern German History Department of History
Expertise: Germany rules out informal Brexit talks before Article 50 is triggered
Tel: 416-946-8944
Email: jl.jenkins@utoronto.ca

Carolina de Miguel Moyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Expertise: What is next for the EU, Will this cause a domino effect?
Email: carol.demiguel@utoronto.ca (prefers email)

Peter H. Pauly, Professor of Economics, Research Associate at the Institute for International Business at the Rotman School of Management
Expertise: International economic impact, What does this mean for the world markets
Email: pauly@rotman.utoronto.ca (Available by email only)

Angelo Melino, Professor in the Department of Economics
Expertise: Impact on Bank of Canada and Canadian dollar
Tel: (416) 978-6541
Email: angelo.melino@utoronto.ca