On Thursday 8 December, LSE hosted a day of EU- and UK-focused expert panel events and networking activities about Brexit. Below is the full programme, along with audio recordings of each session.
Session 1: LSE and Europe – part 1: Audio
Speakers: Professor Julia Black, LSE Interim Director and Pro Director for Research, Professor Cornelia Woll, Vice President for Studies and Academic Affairs, Sciences Po
Research project 1: Explaining the Brexit Vote by Professor Sara Hobolt, Sutherland Chair in European Institutions and Christopher Wratil, PhD candidate at LSE
Research project 2: Brexit and EU Financial Governance: Passporting, Equivalence, and Beyond by Professor Niamh Moloney, Professor of Law, LSE
LSE Consulting presentation: Study on the Law Applicable to Companies, prepared for DG Justice by Edmund-Philipp Schuster, Assistant Professor of Law, LSE.
Session 2: LSE and Europe – part 2: Audio
Speakers: Keynote speech by Professor Danuta Hübner PhD, Chair of Committee on Constitutional Affairs, European Parliament
Research project 3: Climate Change Policy in Europe and the UK by Professor Samuel Fankhauser, Co-Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and Dr Maria Carvalho, Policy Analyst, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & Environment (GRI), LSE
Research project 4: Global Investment Flows and Territorial Inequality: Reassessing Development Policies for Regions and Cities by Professor Simona Iammarino, Professor of Economic Geography; Head of Geography and Environment Department, and Dr Andrea Ascani, LSE Fellow in Economic Geography
Session 3: What Now? The Impact of Brexit: Audio
Speakers: Professor Julia Black, LSE Interim Director and Pro Director for Research, Professor Iain Begg, Professorial Research Fellow at the European Institute, LSE, Professor Paul De Grauwe, John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy at the European Institute, LSE, Professor Tony Travers, Director of LSE London and Visiting Professor in the Government Department, LSE, Dr Jennifer Jackson Preece, Associate Professor of Nationalism, LSE
Chair: Professor Kevin Featherstone, Head of the European Institute, LSE
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