Professor Chris Grey

Professor Chris Grey

Total 132 Posts
Professor of Organization Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, and previously a professor at Cambridge University and Warwick University.

Brave new world.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey looks at why and how to analyse post-transition Brexit realities, reviews the early effects, and discusses the demands to come together and to move on from Brexit.

So this is Brexit?

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on why the shape of the deal isn’t a surprise and is damage limitation at best, a reminder that leaving the EU Single Market means the end of the ‘UK’ single market, and why this isn’t the end of Brexit but a new phase.

Brexit debilitation.

11 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on the deadline that wasn’t, the debilitating effects of uncertainty, the lies that got us here and the lies about why we are here, a non-prediction, and some advice (to myself, at least) to switch off the news...

Brexit, beached.

13 min read
With Trump and Cummings going the Brexit project is beached on the mudflaps of history, and with its deepest flaws about ‘independence’ ever clearer Boris Johnson can no longer duck the choice of purism or pragmatism, writes Professor Chris Grey.

While we are waiting.

12 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on continuing uncertainty about deal/no-deal, how it links to the US election and geo-politics and domestic politics of Covid-19, what Labour’s role could be, and new reports on UK unpreparedness for the end of transition.

An air of unreality.

9 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on why speculation about the negotiations is pointless, some speculation about the negotiations, and Britain’s apparently complacent drift to the unknown but rapidly approaching post-transition future.

The theatricals of ‘deal or no deal’ are a distraction.

14 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s latest analysis on how the deal/no deal brinksmanship is damaging in itself, how both are bad outcomes and not what Brexiters had promised, and the very high price we are paying and going to pay...
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