Transboundary Crises and the Future of the European Union

Hosted by the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation

OLD.4.10, Old Building


Lydie Cabane

Ricardo Borges de Castro

Jacob Kringen

Martin Lodge

Nicolas Véron


Professor Niamh Moloney

This discussion brings together leading international experts to consider whether the European Union is ready for transboundary crises.

Lydie Cabane is TransCrisis Research Officer at CARR, LSE.

Before joining the EPSC, Ricardo Borges de Castro was personal assistant and member of cabinet to José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, after having served in the Commission's Spokesperson's Service (2011-2012). Ricardo has previously worked as a political assistant to the Prime Minister of Portugal (2002-2004) and to the Social Democrats in the Foreign Affairs, National Defence and East Timor committees at the Portuguese parliament (1998-2002).

Jacob Kringen is Senior Advisor at the Directorate for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning (DSB).

Martin Lodge is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director of CARR, LSE.

Nicolas Véron is a senior fellow at Bruegel and at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, DC. His research is mostly about financial systems and financial reform around the world, including global financial regulatory initiatives and current developments in the European Union.

Niamh Moloney is Professor of Law at the LSE and specialises in EU financial market regulation.

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