Publications

How the Civil Service has misled us on the costs of Brexit and the customs union

Patrick Minford sets out how the most recent doom-and-gloom forecasting of the Civil Service was wrong by £300 billion – brought on by their absurdly high assumptions about UK-EU trade barriers, equivalent to tariffs ranging between 8.1% and 30.6%.


EU Economic Policies

Professor David Blake critiques the EU’s debt-fuelled maintenance of the single currency.


A Budget for Brexit Update

We – who correctly predicted that the Treasury and the OBR would have to revise their figures – say that from 2020, the Treasury will have a surplus of more than £25 billion a year and rising to play with.


Alternative Brexit Economic Analysis

This report has been produced by four leading independent economists, all with a strong successful track record in economic forecasting: Roger Bootle (Economists for Free Trade), Gerard Lyons (City economist), Professor Patrick Minford (Cardiff University and Chair of Economists for Free Trade), and Julian Jessop (Chief Economist at the Institute of Economic Affairs).


A Budget for Brexit

Read the Economists for Free Trade’s ‘Budget for Brexit’ Red Book in full here.


New Model Economy for a Post-Brexit Britain

Read the latest report from Economists for Free Trade, Leave Means Leave and Labour Leave.


The Economy after Brexit: From Project Fear to Project Prosperity

Read our publications on the economy after Brexit here, including From Project Fear to Project Prosperity, which sets out the key arguments for free trade, properly understood as global free trade and not simply free trade with the rest of the EU.


Immigration

To read our work on immigration, click here.


The Critique of Project Fear

Our economists have critiqued Project Fear. Read their work here.


The City

Read our publications on the City after Brexit here.


Trade

Read our publications on Trade here.


Responses to critics

You can read our responses to critics here.


Supporting Works

Alongside the publications available via this website, our leading economists have published supporting works.


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