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Making Sense of The Brexit Stalemate: Unpredictable Setbacks or "Accident Waiting to Happen?"

08 Dec 2019
By Frank Mols

Interview with Dr Frank Mols.

On 2nd October 2016, then UK Prime Minister Theresa May Triggered Article 50, paving the way for the UK to leave the European Union. Although there was widespread concern (in particular among ‘remainers’) over the long-term social and economic consequences of leaving the EU, few would have predicted that the negotiation process would take more than three years

Presented by Dr Frank Mols and Ben Taylor

Frank Mols is Senior Lecturer in Political Science at the University of Queensland, School of Political Science and International Studies. His research interests include populism, voter attitudes, EU attitudes, public policy analysis, political psychology and behavioral economics. His research has been published in leading international journals, such as the European Journal of Political Research, Public Administration, Political Psychology, Evidence and Policy, Journal of Social Issues, China Quarterly, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, West European Politics, Journal of Common Market Studies, and the Australian Journal of Public Administration. His 2017 book ‘The Wealth Paradox: Economic Prosperity and the Hardening of Attitudes’ (co-authored with Prof. Jolanda Jetten) appeared in print in 2017, and was published by Cambridge University Press.

Interview conducted by Ben Taylor.

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