Brexit, viewed from the UK
John Glen is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the Cranfield School of Management. He specialised in teaching micro economics, industrial organisation and is the author of several papers relating to competition policy, and deregulation. He shares his views on Brexit.
Brexit: what consequences for the European project? By Maxime Lefebvre
Maxime Lefebvre is an ambassador, co-director of the International and European Institute at ESCP Europe, professor at ESCP Europe and Sciences Po Paris. He shares his views on Brexit.
Brexit: what consequences for the banks?
Marie-Anne Barbat Layani is director of the French Banking Federation (FBF). She shares her analysis with the IEI as part of an issue on Brexit.
Is European defence revived for good?
Nicole Gnesotto is professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM), holder of the Chair on the European Union. She is the Chairperson of the National Institute of Advanced Defense Studies (IHEDN).
Does the European company exist?
Frank Bournois is ESCP Europe's Dean, a business school which asserts its European identity.
The challenges of European industrial business
Dominique Damon is an independent director of several major industrial groups and the Institut Français des Administrateurs.
European defence, from a corporate view
Philippe Camus is CEO of Keynolt Inc. He has been Executive Director of EADS (Airbus) France.