Understanding Brexit: Fraser of Allander half day course
Event Date: 31 May 2018
Time: 9am -1pm, 8.30am registration and refreshments
Location: Strathclyde Business School, 199 Cathedral Street, Glasgow, G4 0QU
Cost: £200 (20% discount for public and third sector attendees) - refreshments provided.
Registration and payment can be made on Strathclyde’s online shop.
This short course will provide participants with a summary of the key issues for the UK and Scotland arising from Brexit and the challenges and opportunities that it will pose.
With a lot of information – some informed, some less so – circulating around about Brexit it can be difficult to make sense of the key issues and what they might mean for businesses, policymakers and individuals.
This half day course will provide an independent summary of the big issues and the arguments on both sides of the debate.
It will also provide an overview of the Brexit process, the key issues to be resolved in the negotiations and important milestones to watch out for in the transition process.
- Welcome & Introduction (Graeme Roy)
- An introduction to how we got here and what happens next (David Wilson)
- The trade impacts of Brexit for business (Ian Wooton)
- The Scottish-dimension (Graeme Roy)
By the end of the course, you will:
- Be better informed about the parliamentary and political process that will deliver Brexit;
- Know of the key issues and milestones to watch for during the transition process;
- Be aware of the red-lines, key arguments and likely outcomes of the negotiation process;
- Understand how different trade deals will impact on day-to-day business activities;
- Have a knowledge of the key issues for Scotland and where Scotland might differ from the UK; and,
- The key opportunities that Brexit will lead to
Find out who's delivering "Understanding Brexit"
Graeme Roy is Director of the Fraser of Allander and an expert on the Scottish economy.
Ian Wooton is an internationally renowned trade economist and co-director of the largest international trade conference in the world.
David Wilson is Director of the International Public Policy Institute at the University of Strathclyde and Chair of the Scottish Centre on European Relations Advisory Board.
Please email email@example.com with any enquiries.
Published: 30 May 2018