The United Kingdom (UK) held a national referendum (vote) on whether the UK should remain in the European Union (EU), or should exit the EU. Exiting the EU is likely to have several consequences: (1) increased barriers to trade between the UK and the remaining EU countries; (2) Reduced refugee flows. Use the AS/AD model to describe the short run and long run effect of the UK exit from the EU.

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The United Kingdom (UK) held a national referendum (vote) on whether the UK should remain in the European Union (EU), or should exit the EU. Exiting the EU is likely to have several consequences: (1) increased barriers to trade between the UK and the remaining EU countries; (2) Reduced refugee flows.

Use the AS/AD model to describe the short run and long run effect of the UK exit from the EU.

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