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The Lord Mayor and Sir Howard Davies address the Forum

The Lord Mayor of the City of London and Sir Howard Davies, former FSA chair, deputy governor of the Bank of England and director general of the CBI, debate the attitude of the City of London 's financial markets towards Europe and the world. The event also launched the Forum's new book: The City in Europe and the World.

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The City in Europe and the World
by Stephen Barber

This collection of essays examines the relationship between the City of London 's financial markets, politics, government, and Europe. Covering topics such as the political economy of the City, the Lisbon strategy, the Financial Services Action Plan (FSAP), the euro, relations between the City and party politics, PFI, foreign exchange, regulation, ethics, financial exclusion, European expansion, globalisation and the future of the City in Europe, the book addresses some of the major issues facing today's political economy.

Contributions from: Graham Bishop, Alex Brassey, Mario Cerrato, Patrick Diamond, Brendan Donnelly, Howard Flight, Alexandra Forter, Chris Huhne, Mario Jung, Angela Knight, Agnes Oestrich, Giancarlo Perasso, Alice Rogers, Sanjiv Sachdev, L.V. Spagnolo, Richard Woodward.

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A Welcome Return for this Political Classic  

‘The Gaitskellites' describes Labour revisionism between the years 1951-64.  Re-issued to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Hugh Gaitskell's accession to the Labour leadership, this book was originally published in 1969.  

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European Research Forum Report 2005

The European Research Forum at London Metropolitan University has issued a brief report about our activities in 2005. If you would like to have an overview over our past research, publishing and seminars feel free to download the report here.

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Former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato Visits the European Research Forum

Italian Senator Giuliano Amato was welcomed by the European Research Forum on 18 November. Professor Amato is twice Italian Prime Minister, vice-chair of the European Convention that elaborated the European Constitutional Treaty and chair of the Balkans Commission. He addressed an invited group of academics, ambassadors, journalists, politicians, and students from the UK and across Europe on the subject of What Future for Europe ?


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