After a brief overview of the current state of the withdrawal and the trade agreements, eight authors reflect upon the consequences of Brexit on transnational research, academic mobility, and research funding.
The authors agree that “collaboration and academic exchange will continue after Brexit, but these collaborative links will need support and appropriate funding from the institutions involved. Though Brexit is immanent, there are still many uncertainties regarding the future of academic cooperation between EU countries and keep-calm-and-carry-on Britain.”
If you are interested in reading more about the possible short- and long-term implications of Brexit on academia and the relationship between British and EU universities, read the articles here:
Full article: Brexit and academia: a satyr play where exit prevails voice
BritInn wants to congratulate the contributors: Brian Foster, Stefan Zotti, Monika Meislova, Calvin Duggan, Veronika Riedl, Helmut Staubmann, Maximilian Höller and Gabriel Popham for their excellent work.
Special thanks go to the editors, Prof. Sibylle Baumbach and Prof. Andreas Mauer, for their hard work in finalizing this special issue.