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News prior to 2012

Latest posts from the LSE Enterprise in Spain blog|

Chamber of Commerce appointment

The economic conference 'Spanish multinationals in the run up to the crisis' will take place on 16 June at 6.30 pm in the Old Building, LSE. See the details.| All welcome - no need to book. (May 2011)

LSE short courses

The Cajastur-LSE Scholarship Program of Excellence in Economics and Finance| is available for young university graduates of Spanish nationality, who have been admitted to an LSE master's degree for 2011/12 (March 2011)

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Madrid: Reforms for the Future, by Esperanza Aguirre (President of the Regional Government of Madrid). 23 February| THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED OWING TO SPEAKER ILLNESS. WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

Canada Blanch Centre public lecture (March 2011):

Socialdemocracia. Siglo XXI, by Patxi Lopez (President of the Basque Country Government). 7 March|

Juan Maria Nin at LSE

The economic crisis in Spain and the role of La Caixa |(October 2010)

Juan Maria Nin, President and CEO of La Caixa, gave a public lecture at LSE.


'A lot of people have just packed up and gone home' |(July 2010)

Adam Austerfield, Director of Projects for LSE Enterprise, was on The Weekend News on BBC Radio 5 on 17 July, analysing how British companies in Spain are faring.

Collaboration with CajAstur

Promoting excellence in Asturias| (June 2010)

LSE Enterprise has agreed a collaboration with the Asturian bank CajAstur, designed to provide world-class opportunities for the future leaders of Asturias, the Royal Principality of Spain. 

Olympics 2012

Sports, Socialisation and Economic Development: a Catalan Observatory event |(June 2010)

Eighteen years on, Catalonia is still reaping the benefits of the 1992 Olympics. The UK, too, plans that 2010 will change London's landscape and indeed its future.

Chamber of Commerce appointment

Chamber of Commerce appointment| (June 2010)

Adam Austerfield, Director of Projects for LSE Enterprise, has been appointed as Vice President of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) in Spain. The 150-year-old BCC is the national body for a network of accredited Chambers of Commerce, supporting British businesses across the world.


New executive programme in Madrid| (June 2010)

In conjunction with the leading law firm Garrigues, we are holding an internationally focused three-week programme in July for professionals in business development. LSE alumni receive a 15% discount.


Talk on the global economic context in Madrid| (June 2010) 

Professor Michael Cox will speak at the Centro de Estudios Garrigues at 2pm on 10 June.

Setting up a social innovation centre

Developing the human factor in Guipuzkoa |(June 2010)

The Diputación de Guipúzkoa, part of the Basque Autonomous Region, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) have signed an agreement to create a Social Innovation Centre. Managed by LSE Enterprise in its design and development stages, the project aims to build social capital and increase competitiveness in the region.

Sports in Catalonia

Sports, Socialisation and Economic Development: a Catalan Observatory event |(May 2010)

Panellists including Pedro Fontana, the Director of the Commercial Barcelona Organising Committee of the Olympic Games, and LSE's Ricky Burdett, Chief Adviser on Architecture and Urbanism, Olympic Delivery Authority for London 2012.

assessing efficacy

Interview with LSE board member assessing the efficacy of centralised economies| (April 2010, in Spanish. Clip starts at 19 mins 18 seconds)

LSE Enterprise in Barcelona

Exchanging ideas in healthcare| (March 2010)

The Catalan Observatory enables the exchange of ideas on topics such as European health, Catalonian media trends, the Catalan economy and economic competitiveness. The first conference, in March 2010, focused on innovation and policy learning in health care.

LSE Enterprise in Valencia

LSE Enterprise in Valencia| (PDF; in Spanish) March 2010

Launch of the Catalan Obnservatory

Launch of the Catalan Observatory at LSE| (PDF) 28 October 2009 

From the Greeks to the Goths, Catalonia has long been a meeting place for the world. But contemporary globalisation and European integration are creating new challenges.

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