German MEP David McAllister spoke on how the Brexit process is viewed in Brussels and Berlin and how the European institutions would approach the forthcoming Brexit negotiations in March 2017.
Recordings and resources from many of the past events hosted and run by Policy Scotland.
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Dr Károly Grúber speak the University of Glasgow for a seminar on the possible foreign and security policy consequences of Brexit.
Video of public lecture by Lord Kerr on Brexit: Is the Train Crash Avoidable in February 2017
We were delighted to welcome Lord Kerr for our 2017 Annual Lecture last week – with almost 300 people packed into the Sir Charles Wilson lecture theatre to hear the former EU Ambassador give speak on “Brexit: Is the Train-Crash Avoidable?”. After being welcomed by the Principal, Lord Kerr gave a fascinating talk focusing on what…
Professor Anton Muscatelli, ahead of an expert panel discussion on Brexit, writes that six months after the UK’s vote to leave the EU, the path to Brexit is still uncharted.
Text of a lecture given by Professor Josef Konvitz discussing why freedom of movement is in fact critical not only to the future of the EU economy, but to that of the UK as well.
Professor Jim Gallagher – The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland.
Kicking off a series of events on Brexit hosted by Policy Scotland, Professor Jim Gallagher today gave a lecture at the University of Glasgow on “The Brexit Paradox: How the wrong choice for Britain offers the right opportunity for Scotland”. Addressing an audience of prominent academics, journalists and experts from a range of fields, Professor…
As individual city policies come to replace national cities policies, this event reviewed three key, linked strands of this major shift: city deals, smart cities and what we call metropolitan federalism.
Seminar at which Professor David Bell will analyse the economic position of the UK – and particularly Scotland – within the EU.
Event to present First Wave findings from the ESRC ‘Welfare Conditionality: Sanctions, Support and Behaviour Change’ project.