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2013-14

TitoBoeri
‘Structural reforms to stimulate growth – more pain for workers and another credit bubble in the making?’|
Speakers: Tito Boeri, Gilles Saint-Paul and Laurence Boone
Recorded: 4 December 2013
 
Tajani
‘An Industrial Compact for Europe’|
Speaker: Antonio Tajani
Recorded: 3 December 2013
 
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Panel discussion: 'European competitiveness: is completing the single market the key?'
|Speakers: Yiannos Papantoniou, Damian Chalmers and Sebastien Dullien
Recorded: 21 November 2013
 
LucreziaReichlincropped
‘Macroeconomic stabilisation in times of austerity – how can national income be anchored again?’|
Speakers: Lucrezia Reichlin, Martin Weale, Paul De Grauwe Recorded: 20 November 2013
 
Joaquín Almunia
‘Competition policy: European and global perspectives’|
Speaker: Joaquín Almunia
Recorded: 11 November 2013
 
Michel-Barnier
'The UK in the EU Single Market: What Next? Opportunities and challenges'
|Speaker: Michel Barnier
Recorded: 17 October 2013
 
Gavin-Hewitt
'Can the European Union reconnect with its citizens?’|
Speaker: Gavin Hewitt
Recorded: 14 October 2013
 
Simon Hix
‘The 2014 European Elections: Why this time will be different’|
Speakers: Simon Hix, Doru Frantescu, Mats Persson, Bjorn Kjellstrom
Recorded: 2 October 2013
 
DeGrauwe2
‘The future of Europe’s economy: Deliverance or disaster?’|
Speakers: Paul De Grauwe, Holger Schmieding, George Magnus, Thomas Mayer
Recorded: 18 September 2013
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2012-13

JohnMcCormick
‘Why Europe Matters. The Case for the European Union’
|Speaker: John McCormick
Recorded: 17 June 2013
 
Mary_Kaldor
‘Can Europe lead in a post-western world?’|
Panel:
Prof Mary Kaldor, Professor of Global Governance, LSE
HE Dr Jaimini Bhagwati, Indian High Commissioner in London
Mark Leonard, ECFR co-founder and director
Chair: Robin Lustig, BBC Radio 4 former presenter
Recorded: Tuesday 11 June 2013
 
richard_rose
‘Representing Europeans: A Pragmatic Approach’
|Speaker: Prof Richard Rose
Recorded: 6 June 2013
 
JFC
'France’s place in Europe - One year into the Socialist Presidency’
|Jean-François Copé, Founder of Think tank Generation France and leader of the French opposition
Recorded: 5 June 2013
 
Harold-James
‘Do countries need currencies, and do currencies need countries?’
|LEQS Annual Lecture
Prof Harold James
Recorded: 21 May 2013
 
Gavin-Hewitt
'The Lost Continent: Europe's Darkest Hour Since World War Two'
|Gavin Hewitt, BBC's Europe Editor
Recorded: 8 May 2013


 
Laszlo_Andor
'Countering the crisis: fixing the monetary union and upgrading EU employment policy’
|László Andor, EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
Recorded: 7 May 2013
 
Rifkind
'Britain and the EU: An Ever-Closer Union of Peoples?'
|Sir Malcolm Rifkind
Recorded: 2 May 2013
 
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‘Will the euro crisis kill the single market?’
|Shahin Vallée, Sebastian Dullien and Waltraud Schelkle
Recorded: Monday 22 April 2013
 
Solberg_photo
'Norway's experience with the EEA. An example for Britain?’
|Erna Solberg, Leader and Prime Minister Candidate 2013 of the Conservative Party of Norway
Recorded: Monday 15 April 201
 
PeterSutherland
‘Let’s Get Europe Moving’
|Loïc Tribot La Spière, CEPS Director General
Peter Sutherland, Chairman of the LSE Court of Governors; Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General for Migration
Recorded: 7 March 2013  
 
Enda-Kenny
Ireland: Economic Recovery and the EU Presidency - Stability, Jobs and Growth
|Enda Kenny, Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland
Recorded: 11 March 2013
 
Juppe
‘Why I am a Euro-optimist’
|Alain Juppé, Former Prime Minister of France
Recorded: 4 March 2013
 
Abulafia
'My Mediterranean’
|Prof David Abulafia
Recorded: 1 March 2013
 
Lajcak
‘EU on a Cross-road and the Future of Our European Project - a View from Central Europe’
|Speaker: Miroslav Lajčák, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Recorded: 13 February 2013
 
Economides2
‘Geopolitical oblivion or a pragmatic approach? Britain, the EU and European foreign policy in 2012’

|Helga Schmid, Deputy Secretary General, EEAS
Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator, Financial Times
Dr Heather Grabbe, Director, Open Society European Policy Institute
Dr Spyros Economides, LSE European Institute
Chair: Susi Dennison, Scorecard Project Leader, ECFR

Recorded: 6 February 2013 
 
Anders-Borg
'Perspectives on the European crises from a small open economy'
|Anders Borg, Minister for Finance in Sweden
Recorded: 16 January 2013
 
SaraHobolt
'Blaming Europe? Citizens, Governments and the Media'
|Prof Sara Hobolt
Recorded: 5 December 2012
 
ulrike
'The future of the European Union after the euro crisis: Political union and its discontents'
|Ulrike Guérot, José Ignacio Torreblanca, Mark Leonard, Anthony Teasdale
Recorded: 3 December 2012
 
DeGrauwe2
'The eurozone’s design...failures. Can they be corrected?"
|Prof Paul De Grauwe
Recorded: 28 November 2012
 
Buiter
'A banking union for Europe: how (and how not) to do it'
|Willem Buiter, Paul De Grauwe, Frank Heinemann
Recorded: 7 November 2012
 
MAYER
 
Rosler
Strengthening Competitiveness and Growth in Europe|
Philipp Rösler, German Vice-Chancellor
Recorded: 30 October 2012
 
Lawrence-Gonzi_official
The Mediterranean – an opportunity?”
|Lawrence Gonzi, Prime Minister of Malta
Recorded: 26 October 2012
 
Anthony
"The European Union Now: what is it and where is it going?"
|Anthony Teasdale, Prof Simon Hix, Philip Stephens and Sir Stephen Wall
Recorded: 19 October 2012
 
Guindos
'Spain's Economic Policy Strategy' 
|Luis de Guindos, Spanish Minister of the Economy and Competitiveness
Recorded: 4 October 2012
 
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A European policy outlook: the crisis and beyond’
|Pierre Moscovici, French Finance Minister
Recorded: 17 September 2012
 

2011-12

gendinning
'Philosophy and European Union'|
Speaker: Simon Glendinning
Recorded 19 June 2012, approx 89 min
 
Young
'Freud on Translation'|
Robert J. C. Young
Recorded 6 June 2012, approx 79 min.
 
Billstrom
'How Can European Migration Policies Promote Development?'| Tobias Billström. in conversation with Peter Sutherland
Recorded: 23 May 2012, approx 63 min.
 
leszek_balcerowicz
The Eurozone's Awkward Threesome: fiscal stance, macroeconomic stability and growth|
Leszek Balcerowicz
Recorded: 8 May 2012, approx 83 min.
 
eharcourt
On Guilt|
Robert Eaglestone, Edward Harcourt
Recorded: 8 May 2012, approx 87 min.
 
vicky-pryce
Can Greece get out of the crisis?|
Dimitris Daskalopoulos, Moritz Kraemer, Vicky Pryce, Poul Thomsen
Recorded: 28 March 2012, approx 82 min.
 
Rahel Jeaggi
Re-thinking Alienation|
Rahel Jaeggi
Recorded: 13 March 2012, approx 83 min.
 
Petr Necas
Growth for Europe: Resuscitating the Single Market |
Petr Necas
Recorded: 29 February 2012, approx 58 min
 
Roger Scruton
Literary Festival 2012: The Culture of Europe |
Roger Scruton, in conversation with Maurice Fraser
Recorded: 29 February 2012, approx 85 min.
 
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