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LSE IGA PowerBreakfast Series

The LSE Power Breakfasts are a private conversation convened by the LSE Institute of Global Affairs to which around 25 distinguished people are invited. The series examines the underlying forces that are causing shifts in global power structures. 

There are normally two speakers at each session, who talk for around 15 minutes each before the discussion is opened to the group. LSE’s most renowned experts as well as other prominent people from around the world come to share their thoughts in private with a diverse group of insightful and influential people.

The discussions are held under Chatham House Rules so that opinions expressed may be reported but not attributed.

Power Breakfast Saudi

30th January 2017,

Saudi Arabia's Modernisation/Once and Future Kingdom
Speakers: Stephen W. Coll and Steffen Hertog

 
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8th December 2016,

NATO and Russia in the New World Disorder
Speakers: Hans Blix and Tarak Barkawi

 
DelocalisationBookletCover

24th November 2016,

Delocalisation: The globalisation of knowledge
Speakers: Richard Baldwin and Gianmarco Ottaviano

 
TechnocracyBookletCover

8th November 2016,

The Fall of Technocracy
Speakers: Sebastian Mallaby and Charles Goodhart

 
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24th October 2016,

Rich People Poor Countries
Speakers: Caroline Freund and John Sutton

 
BrexitBookletCover

7th September 2016,

Germany and Brexit
Speakers:   Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Vince Cable and Simon Hix

 
MigrationBookletCover

June 20th 2016,

Migration, the ins and outs
Speakers: Pete Sutherland, Ruben Andersson and Dominik Hangartner

 
CentralBanksBookletCover

May 6th 2016,

The Great Power Grab by Central Banks: The evolving central banking mandate and “systemic central banks”
Speakers: 
Mario Blejer, Ricardo Reis, Peter Sands

 
ChinaMeritocracyBookletCover

 April 6th 2016,

The Evolving China Model: Meritocracy or New Autocracy?
Speakers:  Daniel Bell and Mayling Birney

 
FInRegBookletCover

March 17th 2016,

Volatility and The Political Economy of Financial Regulation
Speakers:
 Anat Admati, John Kay, Julia Black, Charles Goodhart

 
ChinaBookletCover

March 10th 2016,

China’s Economic Adjustment
Speakers:  Michael Pettis and Keyu Jin

 
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October 1st 2015,

ISIS: If a non-state actor becomes a state
Speakers:
 Stephen Walt

 

 

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