“The future of Brexit: analysis of a highly complex negotiation” with José M. de Areilza Carvajal
Last Wednesday, March 20, 2019, we held the gathering “The future of Brexit: analysis of a highly complex negotiation” with José M. de Areilza Carvajal, Jean Monnet Chair at ESADE and Secretary General of Aspen Institute España, at the Matador Club (calle Jorge Juan, 5, Madrid).
José M. de Areilza Carvajal has published numerous articles on Brexit in various reference media, including Politica Exterior and the newspapers of the Vocento Group. In addition, he is the author of the Tribuna “A Volatile Brexit: Analysis of a highly complex negotiation”, published by ESADE. These debate sessions are part of the Justice and Civil Society Program of Aspen Institute España, which since 2016 brings together different representatives of the different legal professions existing in Spain, including judges, lawyers, notaries, civil servants, NGO advisers and academics.
José M. de Areilza Carvajal is Secretary General of Aspen Institute Spain and Regular Professor in the Department of Law and in the Department of General Management and Strategy at ESADE Business School. Likewise, since 2013 he has held the Jean Monnet Chair at ESADE, awarded by the European Commission. During the 2018-19 academic year, he is Visiting Professor in the MBA program of INSEAD Business School, France. He has worked as Vocal Adviser for European and North American affairs in the Cabinet of the President of the Government of Spain (1996-2000). He writes a weekly column on international affairs for the newspaper ABC, is a member of its Board of Directors and has received the Antonio Fontán Journalism Award in its VII Edition. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Elcano Royal Institute and the Academy Adjunct Faculty at the Royal Institute of International Affairs-Chatham House, London. In 2017 he was appointed President of the Tertulias Hispano-Británica (UK-Spain Forum). José M. de Areilza Carvajal is a Doctor of Law from Harvard University.
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