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Brexit lunchtime lectures

Implications for the UK, the EU and the international system

This series is intended for LSE staff and students from across the School, undergraduate and postgraduate. It will address a range of important issues that arise for Britain and the EU within the ‘BREXIT’ negotiations. As such, the intention is to inform, but also to prompt debate of a complex and uncertain agenda. The format will vary - over lectures, debates, panel discussions – and will be accessible to all. The series will cover the political, economic, financial, legal, and social issues. LSE Staff and Students may attend any or all of the events in the series, on a first-come-first- served basis, but you are advised to arrive early to secure your place.

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The constitutional after-shock

Date: Wednesday 18 January | 12.00 - 13.30 | Hong Kong Theatre

Speakers: Floris de Witte, Assistant Professor, LSE Law
Jo Murkens, LSE Law

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Brexit: The Constitutional After-Shock Brexit: The Constitutional After-Shock
Jo Murkens and Floris de Witte from LSE Law

 

Brexit and the rise of euroscepticism

Date: Wednesday 25 January | 12.00 - 13.30 | Hong Kong Theatre

Speaker: Sara Hobolt, LSE European Institute

Brexit and the Rise of Euroscepticism Brexit and the Rise of Euroscepticism
Sara Hobolt, LSE European Institute

 

Experts, trust and populism

Date: Wednesday 1 February | 12.00 - 13.30 | Hong Kong Theatre

Speakers: Abby Innes, LSE European InstituteJonathan White, LSE European InstituteRichard Bronk, LSE European Institute

Experts, trust and populism Experts, trust and populism
Abby Innes, Richard Bronk and Jonathan White

 

The economic impact of Brexit

Date: Wednesday

Speakers: Iain Begg, LSE European Institute
Francisco Torres, LSE European Institute
Lorenzo Codogno, LSE European Institute

The Economic Impact of Brexit The Economic Impact of Brexit
Francisco Torres, LSE European Institute