A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

A committee in the UK Parliament.

December 2010

The future economic governance of the EU

  • Professor Willem Buiter Chief Economist, CitiGroup gave evidence on 9 Dec. [8]
  • Mark Hoban MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury and Michael Ellam gave evidence on 14 Dec. [9]

The future of economic governance in the EU

November 2010

The future of economic governance in the EU

  • MR MARK CLIFFE, ING Group gave evidence on 2 Nov. [2]
  • Dr Waltraud Schelkle London School of Economics and Dr Dermot Hodson Birkbeck College, University of London gave evidence on 9 Nov. [3]
  • Mr Declan Costello, European Commission, Mr Martin Larch, Mr Jonas Fischer gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Mr Mats Persson, Open Europe, Professor Laurence Copeland, Institute for Economic Affairs gave evidence on 30 Nov. [6]
  • Professor Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics gave evidence on 9 Nov. [3]
  • Dr Daniel Gros, Centre for European Policy Studies gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Mr José Leandro, Economic Adviser, Task Force, Van Rompuy gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Professor Jean Pisani-Ferry, Bruegel gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Mr Benoît de la Chapelle Bizot, Finance Ministry Adviser, French Permanent Representation to the European Union gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Lord Monks, European Trade Union Confederation gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Mr Hans Martens, European Policy Centre gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]
  • Professor Jean-Victor Louis, Universite« Libre de Bruxelles gave evidence on 24 Nov. [5]

The future of economic governance in the the EU

October 2010

The future of economic governance in the EU

  • Mr Peter Curwen, HM Treasury;, Mr Conrad Smewing, Head of Fiscal Policy Team, HM Treasury gave evidence on 26 Oct. [1]