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European Politics Online Workshop (EPOW) - Shared screen with speaker view
Catherine De Vries
21:07
Welcome everyone! If you have a question, please put it in the chat and I will call on you after.
markcopelovitch
49:23
Thanks, Sara. Extremely interesting. I have a question about your second hypothesis and possible heterogeneity in exposure to the economic consequences. If you are, say, in Amsterdam or Frankfurt, you might think that there are positive economic consequences for your region/country of Brexit (e.g., banks moving as City of London declines relative to other financial centers). Is there any evidence that the potential positive externalities of Brexit drive support for EU membership?
Seth Jolly
50:19
You can either use the raise hand feature and unmute yourself to ask or ask in the chat box and Catherine can relay the question to Sara.
Monika Mühlböck
56:33
Thanks Sara, highly interesting results. I would have a few additional ideas why the positive Brexit benchmark worked better than the negative.
Sara Hobolt
01:15:40
Thank you everyone for great questions and suggestions!
Simon Usherwood
01:15:47
Thanks Sara!
Terrence Guay
01:15:55
Nice job. Thanks!
markcopelovitch
01:15:59
Thanks Sara!
Constantin Schaefer
01:16:00
Thank you Sara!
Christina Schneider
01:16:02
Thank you, terrific paper!
Monika Mühlböck
01:16:08
Thanks Sara!
Oktay, Sibel
01:16:08
Thanks Sara!