Economists for Brexit: group of eight independent, leading economists who are convinced of the strong economic case for leaving the EU
PwC – Leaving the EU : Implications for the UK Economy a study, commissioned by the CBI, into the longer-term economic impacts of UK exit for trade, migration, regulation and our fiscal position, and the long-term implications of these changes for UK economic growth, jobs and investment
LSE CEP (Centre for Economic Performance) : The Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) is a politically independent Research Centre at the London School of Economics. The CEP has no institutional views, only those of its individual researchers. They have produced 4 analyses on the impact of Brexit
OECD : The mission of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world.
Open Europe: a non-partisan and independent policy think tank, committed to crafting and putting into action solutions to the European Union’s most pressing challenges. Open Europe will remain neutral in the EU Referendum campaign,
There are also analyses by the UK Treasury and IMF – links to these studies are still to be added
Two views on sovereignty