Potensi Dampak Brexit Terhadap Perekonomian Inggris


  • Muhammad Farhan Anshari
  • Rusdiyanta Rusdiyanta


economy, Brexit, European Union, United Kingdom


International organization is an international institution formed by several countries with the goal of creating world peace in an international relations system that covers several fields such as economics. The European Union as an international organization was formed because of the desire of several European countries to cooperate economics in the post-World War II. The UK has been part of the European Union since 1973. The UK want to leave of EU membership for economic reasons and the policies created by the European Union are considered to be more detrimental than beneficial through macroeconomic analysis, although the European Union provides convenience in several British economic policies. The purpose of this study is to explain the impact of Brexit on the British economy in several fields such as trade, foreign investment, regulation and production. This study uses qualitative methods, the type of data used in this study is secondary data that contains books, journals and electronic media. Data collection techniques performed by the author is a document data collection method. The results of this study are the economic impact received by the UK before and after Brexit.


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How to Cite

Anshari, M. F., & Rusdiyanta, R. (2020). Potensi Dampak Brexit Terhadap Perekonomian Inggris. Balcony, 4(2), 195–204. Retrieved from https://jom.fisip.budiluhur.ac.id/index.php/balcony/article/view/231