Brexit: where is it taking us?
16 Apr 2019 06:00PM - 07:15PM
The UK is leaving the European Union but what will life outside it mean for us? This public debate will explore the different options available to the UK and our future relationship with the EU.
Chief Economist, Institute for Government
Chief Economist at the Institute for Government and formerly Economics Correspondent at the Financial Times.
former Permanent Secretary, H M Treasury
Previously the Permanent Secretary to the Treasury from 2005 to 2016 and Principal Private Secretary to Kenneth Clarke and Gordon Brown in the 1990s.
Chief Economic Adviser, Centre for Economic and Business Research
Chief Economic Adviser at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) and a former joint head of the Government Economic Service.
Professor of Economics, University of York
Professor of Economics at the University of York. Professor Wickens was formerly a Managing Editor of The Economic Journal and serves as Specialist Advisor to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee.
Professor of Economics, University of Sussex and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory
Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex and Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory. From 2008-2011 Professor Winters was Chief Economist at the Department for International Development.
RES Presents is our series of early evening events on topical issues open to the public. It offers the opportunity to engage in an in-depth informative discussion and provides a platform to show how economics can provide insight into public policy.
Each meeting will feature a panel of speakers plus a chair, with opening remarks from each speaker and then a general discussion and plenty of Q&A.