Making social science accessible

14 Mar 2022

1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

UK-EU Relations

Brexit has engendered economic and political uncertainty for Northern Ireland. Professor Michael Gasiorek will present evidence from an innovative project that digs into the consequences of this uncertainty for business in Northern Ireland. Drawing on their research into attitudes in Northern Ireland and continuing negotiations between the UK government and the EU, Professor David Phinnemore and Dr Lisa Claire Whitten will tease out how the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland works in practice and what the future might hold for it.

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Speakers

Professor David Phinnemore

Professor David Phinnemore

Queens University Belfast, works on ‘Post-Brexit Governance NI’

Professor Michael Gasiorek

Professor Michael Gasiorek

University of Sussex, leads ‘Consequences of Brexit uncertainty on firms in Northern Ireland’

Dr Lisa Claire Whitten

Dr Lisa Claire Whitten

Queens University Belfast, works on ‘Post-Brexit Governance NI’

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