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LSE European Institute and European Parliament Information Office|  joint event series. 

European Institute 2014/15 Events coming soon.                                                                                             

Lent Term 2014


Due to unforeseen circumstances Reijo Kemppinen can no longer take part in the panel discussion

‘Accountability and efficiency in the European Union: 20 Years of Co-decision'| 
Thursday 6 March 2014, 18.30-20.00
Fergal O’Regan, Head of Unit at the European Ombudsman
Anthony Teasdale, Director General of the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) and Visiting Senior Fellow at the LSE European Institute.

Chair: Dr Sara Hagemann, Assistant Professor, LSE
Venue: New Theatre, LSE

Reception will follow




Economides Spyros
IMPORTANT: Due to the announced tube strike, this event which was scheduled for Thursday 6 February, has been RE-SCHEDULED for Tuesday 11 February, 18.30-20.00. NEW venue: LSE New Theatre, Houghton Street, WC2A 2AE. A short reception will follow from 20.00-21.00.

‘Winning and losing from EU enlargement: Politics and Principles’| 
Thursday 11 February 2014, 18.30-20.00
Speakers: (Lord) Timothy Boswell, Chairman of the House of Lords' EU Committee and Robert Cooper, Visiting Professor, LSE; former Counsellor to Cathy Ashton, High Representative for CFSP, 2010-12, and Director General, External and Politico-Military Affairs, Council secretariat, 2002-10.
Chair: Dr Spyros Economides, Associate Professor in International Relations and European Politics 
Venue: LSE New Theatre, Houghton Street, WC2A 2AE

Reception will follow

Goodwin Matthew 

‘The Rise of Euroscepticism: Causes and Prospects’|
Thursday 30 January 2014, 18.30-20.00
Speaker: Dr Matthew Goodwin, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Nottingham 
Peter Kellner, President of YouGov since 2007
Venue: Old Theatre, LSE 

Chair: Maurice Fraser (Head of European Institute, LSE) 

Dr Matthew Goodwin is Associate Professor of Politics, University of Nottingham, and specialises in the areas of extremism, British and European politics, and public attitudes toward immigration and minorities.

Reception will follow