24 November 2016

WORKSHOP: The economic consequences of Brexit for the UK and EU: A losing game?

Location Hertie School of Governance, Forum B, Friedrichstraße 180, 10117 Berlin.

4:00 – 5:30 pm

The European Union is the largest trading partner for the United Kingdom and their economies are deeply intertwined. This brings up the question what the economic consequences of the Brexit will be. Some argue that the disentangling of trade relations will be close to impossible while others believe that this is the UK’s chance to break free. But will Britain indeed be in a position to design better trade agreements and can the EU as a result follow through with further integration steps towards a fully-fledged Economic Union? Or is it just a losing game for both?

Welcome

Robert Falkner, Associate Professor of International Relations; Co-Director, Dahrendorf Project; Academic Director, TRIUM Global EMBA, London

Chair

Anna auf dem Brinke, Research Fellow, Jacques Delors Institut-Berlin

Introductory statements

Henrik Enderlein, Director, Jacques Delors Institut-Berlin; Professor of Political Economy and Associate Dean, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin

Garvan Walshe, CEO, Brexit Analytica, London

 

Participation to this event is by invitation only. However, if you wish to attend this discussion, please get in touch via e-mail (dahrendorf-project@hertie-school.org)