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The Treasury has reviewed a wide range of studies by external commentators that attempt to assess the economic costs and benefits of EU membership. These reviews are regularly updated by the Treasury to ensure that it is providing Parliament and the public with up-to-date information.
The most recent updates, along with a previous literature review from 2005, were published on the Treasury's website
Projections for UK's gross and net contributions to the EU budget are provided by the Office for Budget Responsibility in its Economic and Fiscal Outlook. The latest publication (March 2011) is available online at:
The table including all transactions with EU institutions is table 2.16 of the supplementary economy tables (also available online).