Observatoire du Brexit

L’Observatoire du Brexit a pour objet de suivre, d’expliquer et de commenter le processus de sortie du Royaume-Uni de l’Union européenne. Les analyses portent sur le droit, l’histoire, l’économie et la science politique. Le responsable de l’Observatoire est Aurélien Antoine, professeur de Droit public à l’Université Jean-Monnet de Saint-Étienne et directeur de l’équipe de recherche du CERCRID « Production et interactions normatives ».


The Brexit Observatory is a website for academics in Law, Economics, History and Politics. It is designed and developed by the CERCRID (Research Center for Critical Legal Studies — University of Saint-Étienne/Lyon) and the research team « Production and normative interactions » directed by Pr. Aurélien Antoine. The Brexit is an unprecedented process in the History of the European Union. Many questions have arisen since the 23rd of June 2016. Academics have to play a crucial role to analyse, to explain, and to discuss this process it. The Brexit Observatory aims to gather contributions from academics (editorials and feature articles). The web site also includes a timeline, and two pages, regularly updated, dedicated to actuality issues and academics books or public reports on the Brexit.

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