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May 10

How can the UK prosper outside the EU?

A day conference in association with the Society of Business Economists and the Scottish Economic Society.

Wednesday 10th May 2017

33 Finsbury Square, London.

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PROGRAMME

9.45am        Registration and breakfast

10.30am      How can the UK and Scotland prosper outside of the EU?

  • Chair: Paul Johnson, Director, Institute of Fiscal Studies
  • Professor Vicky Pryce FAcSS, Economist and Former Joint Head, Government Economic Service
  • Professor Ronald MacDonald OBE, Research Professor of Macroeconomics and International Finance (Economics), University of Glasgow

11.45am      How can the City & personal finances prosper outside of the EU?

  • Chair: Paul Johnson, Director, Institute of Fiscal Studies
  • Professor David Blake FAcSS, Cass Business School, City, University of London
  • Professor John Kay CBE FAcSS, Visiting Professor LSE, Fellow St John’s College Oxford, Financial Times columnist

1.00pm       Lunch

2.00pm       How can British Trade Policy prosper outside of the EU?

  • Chair: Prof Alan Winters CB, Director, UK trade Policy Observatory, University of Sussex; Chatham House
  • What is trade policy for and what might drive future UK policy?

Prof Jim Rollo CMG FAcSS, University of Sussex and Chatham House; Deputy Director UKTPO

  • Anchoring UK trade policy in the World Trade Organisation

Dr Emily Lydgate, University of Sussex and Fellow, UKTPO

  • UK bilateral trade relations with the EU & other developed countries

Dr Michael Gasiorek, University of Sussex and Fellow, UKTPO

  • The options for future UK trade relations with developing countries

Dr Maximiliano Mendez Parra, Overseas Development Institute

4.00pm       Afternoon tea and networking

4.45pm       Close

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Start: May 10 @ 10:00 am
End: May 10 @ 4:00 pm
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