Europe and the Challenges of BREXIT

Fri, Apr 15, 2016, 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

The people of the United Kingdom will decide on June 23 whether to leave the EU.  This decision has enormous implications not only for Great Britain and the other EU member countries but for the world as whole.  The implications of a BREXIT will be  discussed at a conference on April 15 on the Princeton campus.  The conference will feature Lord Lawson (former Bristish Chancellor of the Exchequer), Lord Owen (former British Foreign Secretary), Sir Paul Tucker (former Bank of England)  and leading historians, political scientist as economist from Princeton University, Sciences Po, University of Hamburg, Georgetown University and Politea. 

This conference is organized by the Program in Contemporary European Politics, and co-sponsored by PIIRS, The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance and The Bendheim Center for Finance.  For more information contact Carole Frantzen (

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Princeton University faculty, staff, and students