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Table 13 Potential employment effects of a decline in UK import demand for final goods from the EU (no-deal Brexit) in German counties (30 most affected counties)

From: International trade barriers and regional employment: the case of a no-deal Brexit

No. County Affected persons (1000 pers.) Total employment (1000 pers.) Share of affected persons (%)
1 Dingolfing-Landau 449 67,339 0.667
2 Wolfsburg 835 127,082 0.657
3 Tuttlingen 517 83,025 0.622
4 Salzgitter 343 56,968 0.602
5 Enzkreis 464 79,546 0.583
6 Germersheim 340 58,924 0.577
7 Erlangen-Höchstadt 345 59,896 0.577
8 Hohenlohekreis 397 69,060 0.574
9 Olpe 441 76,972 0.572
10 Ingolstadt 675 118,072 0.572
11 Heilbronn 940 164,491 0.571
12 Coburg 212 37,232 0.571
13 Biberach 601 105,286 0.570
14 Rastatt 640 113,006 0.566
15 Kronach 188 33,395 0.564
16 Donau-Ries 442 79,760 0.554
17 Märkischer Kreis 1182 214,231 0.552
18 Unterallgäu 370 67,096 0.551
19 Böblingen 1223 222,007 0.551
20 Neustadt a.d.Waldnaab 209 38,039 0.548
21 Rottweil 409 74,578 0.548
22 Hof 261 47,707 0.546
23 Haßberge 213 39,142 0.544
24 Main-Spessart 330 60,787 0.544
25 Saale-Orla-Kreis 219 40,305 0.543
26 Ludwigshafen am Rhein 669 123,478 0.542
27 Schweinfurt 354 65,896 0.538
28 Wartburgkreis 281 52,533 0.535
29 Bodenseekreis 640 120,470 0.531
30 Lindau (Bodensee) 227 42,759 0.531
  1. Ordered by share of affected persons. Source: World Input–Output Database, data for 2014, VGR der Länder (regional employment data for 2014 as of August 2017) and own calculations