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Brexit and new EU economic governance

  • Date(s)
    28 October 2016
  • Time
    11:00 - 16:00
  • Address
    11 Tufton Street, 3rd Floor, London SW1P 3QB
Brexit and new EU economic governance

The workshop forms the second in a series of four events on the changing nature of the British economy, organised as part of the research project ‘Diverging Capitalisms? Britain, the City of London and Europe’ jointly led by SPERI, FEPS and Policy Network. The purpose of this workshop is to consider the interplay between European economic governance after the global financial crisis and the Eurozone crisis, and the post-referendum UK economic policy. The discussion will focus on possible scenarios for the UK-EU relationship in the field of economic governance. Two short, interactive sessions based on research contributions to the project will be followed by a policy-makers and commentators panel discussion.

 

Provisional Programme:

11.00-11.15   Welcome

Colin Hay, founding co-director of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)

Renaud Thillaye, deputy director, Policy Network

211.15-12:30   Session 1 - The Eurozone, the UK and financial services regulation

Presentation: ‘‘Banking Union, Capital Markets Union and the UK’ given by Lucia Quaglia, professor of political science, University of York

Discussant: Shahin Vallée, PhD candidate, London School of Economics, European Institute

Chair: Craig Berry, political economist and deputy director of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)

12:30-13:00   Lunch Break

 

13:00-14:15   Session 2 — The UK and the EU’s fiscal governance

Presentation: ‘How out are the outs? Two-level games in the post-crisis euro area’ given by Waltraud Schelkle, associate professor of political economy, London School of Economics

Discussant: Aidan Regan, associate professor, University College Dublin and director, Dublin European Institute (DEI)  

Chair: Renaud Thillaye, deputy director, Policy Network

 

14:15-15:45   Roundtable - The relationship between the UK and the Eurozone after Brexit

Panellists: Benedicta Marzinotto, policy analyst, European Commission

Helen Thompson, reader, POLIS, University of Cambridge

Ernst Stetter, secretary general, Foundation of European Progressive Studies (FEPS)                    

Chair: Colin Hay, founding co-director of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI)

 

15:45-15:55   Closing address   

 

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