Professor Danny Dorling


EIQ Annual Lectures and Podcasts

Every year, the EIQ team organises their annual lecture that takes place at LSE and features distinguished speakers and topics that reflect the work of the series. 

EIQ Annual Lecture 2021


The Long-term Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on the Euro Area

Thursday 03 June 2021, 6:00pm to 7:00pm 

Speakers: Poul Mathias Thomsen

Chair: Professor Kevin Featherstone

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2020 


Six Political Philosophies in Search of a Virus: critical perspectives on the coronavirus pandemic

Monday 15 June 2020, 1:00pm to 2:30pm 

Speakers: Professor Gerard Delanty

Chair: Dr Sonja Avlijaš 

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2019


Anti-System Politics in Europe: the Crisis of Market Liberalism in Rich Democracies

Thursday 30 May 2019, 6:30pm to 8:00pm 
Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers: Dr Jonathan Hopkin

Chair: Dr Miriam Sorace 

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2018 

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Europe in a Map: people and borders in times of change

Professor Simon Glendinning
Professor Elspeth Guild
Dr Natascha Zaun

Chair: Dr Robert Basedow 

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2017 


Whither Europe? Historical perspectives on 2017

Professor Michael Cox
Dr Abby Innes
Professor Mike Savage

Chair: Dr Lucia Rubinelli 

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2016

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Should we stay or should we go?

Tuesday 10 May 2016 | Old Theatre 

Speaker: Professor Danny Dorling
Chair: Dr  Vassilis Monastiriotis

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2015

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Political Community and EU Law

Wednesday 6 May 2015 | Wolfson Theatre 

Speaker: Professor Damian Chalmers
Chairs: Professor Sara Hobolt 

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2014

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The 2014 EP elections: a victory for European democracy?

Monday 2 June 204 | Wolfson Theatre 

Speakers: Dr Sara Hagemann, Assistant Professor, European Institute, LSE and Head of 
Dr Mareike Kleine, Associate Professor in EU and International Politics, European Institute, LSE 
Prof Iain Begg, Professorial Research Fellow, European Institute, LSE 
Chair: Prof Maurice Fraser, Head of the European Institute, Professor of Practice in European Politics

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2013

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Do countries need currencies, and do currencies need countries?

Tuesday 21 May 2013 | Wolfson Theatre 

Speaker: Prof Harold James
Chair: Prof Paul De Grauwe

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2012

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A European asymmetry: making markets and dealing with their externalities

Monday 28 May 2012 | Wolfson Theatre 

Speaker: Prof Colin Crouch
Chair: Dr Jonathan White

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EIQ Annual Lecture 2011


Saving the Euro – at the expense of democracy in Europe?

Thursday 12 May 2011 | Wolfson Theatre

Speaker:  Professor Fritz W. Scharpf 
Chair:  Professor Simon Hix 

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Other Events 

EIQ Lunch Seminar

Adjusting to external economic norms and standards of "the West": The case of Israel

Thursday 2 December 2010 | 1.00-2.00pm (Sandwiches will be served from 12.30pm) | KSW.G108

Speaker: Alfred Tovias
Chair: Dr. Joan Costa-i-Font

The European Institute and EIQ are delighted to host Prof. Alfred Tovias, who will be presenting a paper on Israel's progressive adjustment to and homologation of foreign norms and standards through the negotiation of an Action Plan with the European Union and membership of the OECD. Alfred Tovias is the Walter Rathenau Professor in European Economics at the Department of International Relations of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He also holds the Jean Monnet Chair on External Economic Relations of the EU since 2001. Among other posts, he was Visiting Lecturer and Research Fellow at the LSE during 1999/2000.

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Aftershock: Europe and the Post-Crisis World

Monday 10 May 2010 | 6.30-8pm | New Theatre, East Building

Speaker: Philippe Legrain
Chair: Dr. Joan Costa-i-Font

The global economy is in turmoil. Is globalisation next at risk? Can it and should it be saved?

Philippe Legrain is a former visiting fellow at the European Institute and an independent writer, journalist and consultant.

This event was made possible with the generous support of the LSE Annual Fund.

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EIQ Inaugural Lecture

The European Constitutional Settlement: Democratically Legitimate? Politically Stable?

Tuesday 12 May 2009 | 6.30-8pm | Old Theatre

Speaker: Professor Andrew Moravcsik
Chair: Professor Damian Chalmers

The lecture will launch the European Institute's new Discussion Paper series LSE 'Europe in Question' Series – LEQS, which publishes academic and policy research on European processes and institutions.
Andrew Moravcsik is professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University.