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A Successful Brexit?

Please join us for discussion  
with LSE Professor Iain Begg on

 

What Would Constitute a Successful Brexit?

 

Thursday, February 9th, 2017
6:30 - 8:30pm

 

The Princeton Club of NY
15 West 43rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
New York, NY (map)

 

Reception to follow.

 

Space is limited. Free for AFLSE Members/$10 non-members.
ALL TICKETS HAVE BEEN SOLD.

 

 

This event is underwritten by
Laura Devine LLM 1995 of Laura Devine Immigration Lawyers

 

 

About the Talk
The UK government’s preferred form of Brexit is gradually crystalizing, but there are still many unknowns and continuing difficulty in establishing what the UK will really want. It is, nevertheless, becoming increasingly clear that, because curbing intra-EU immigration has become so prominent an objective, any lingering hopes that the UK would remain in the EU single market are fading.

Brexit will pose economic (and political) challenges for the future of the EU. It will, inevitably alter the balance between Member States with differing outlooks on global economic integration and on markets. While some in the EU institutions continue to advocate ‘more Europe’ as the way forward others are much more dubious.

This talk will sketch out some of the main issues and explore what would constitute a successful Brexit and who may win or lose from it.

About Professor Iain Begg
Iain Begg is a Professorial Research Fellow at the European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science. His main research work is on the political economy of European integration and EU economic governance. He has directed and participated in a series of research projects on different facets of EU policy and his current projects include studies on the governance of EU economic and social policy, the EU's Europe 2020 strategy, evaluation of EU cohesion policy and reform of the EU budget. Other recent research projects include work on policy co-ordination under EMU and the social impact of globalisation.

 

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