Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 38, Issue 1, Spring 2022, Pages 140–153
Infrastructure is central to many aspects of policy, and this focus has survived the impact of Covid-induced expenditure. The paper examines the scope for Brexit to allow infrastructure planning to be more devolved, consider demand-side and nature-based solutions, and become more competitive. It concludes that Brexit offers the opportunity for a more system-based approach to infrastructure planning and delivery.
See Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 38