This half day conference will look at the financial consequences of the UK's Brexit negotiations with the European Union.
Officially the UK Government and the European Commission enter the coming negotiations post-Brexit in a spirit of mutual respect and with the ambition to maintain a close relationship between Europe and the UK, although obviously not as close as before. However, both the UK and the EU have expressed preconditions that may put those aspirations in doubt and make them difficult to meet.
This conference aims at exploring the different possible outcomes of the complex negotiations and especially the short-term and long-term consequences of the alternatives for the financial markets and the City.
- Vince Cable, former Leader of the Liberal Democrat Party and Visiting Professor in Practice, LSE
- Dr Ulf Dahlsten, Visiting Professor in Practice, LSE
- Prof Charles Goodhart, senior professor, Financial Market Group, LSE
- Julia Gross, Deputy Head of Mission, German Embassy
- Warwick Lightfoot, Head of Economics and Social Policy, Policy Exchange
- Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign affairs Commentator, Financial Times
- Stefaan de Rynck, Senior Advisor to the Head of the Task Force for relations with the United Kingdom Michel Barnier, European Commission
- Martin Sandbu, economic commentator, Financial Times
- Nick von Westenholz, Director, EU Exit and International Trade, National Farmers Union
- Prof Alan Winters, Director of the Trade Policy Observatory
Further information, including the full programme for this conference, is available on the event page.
The Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS) promotes research into philosophical, methodological and foundational questions arising in the natural and the social sciences.
The Financial Markets Group Research Centre (FMG) was established in 1987 at LSE. It is a leading centre in Europe for policy research into financial markets and is the focal point of LSE's research communication with the business, policy making and international finance communities.
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