from The Conversation
– this post authored by Barbara Petrongolo, Queen Mary University of London
In the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, the big debate has switched to what relationship the two should have post-Brexit. Top of the agenda is access to the single market and freedom of movement. As well as indications from the government that it is headed for a “hard Brexit” – which means leaving the single market and an end to freedom of movement – there has been much talk of limiting the number of foreign workers in businesses since the Brexit vote.