Institute of Economic Affairs
Julian Jessop is Chief Economist and Head of the Brexit Unit at the leading free-market think, the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA). He has over thirty years of experience as a professional economist in the public and private sectors, including senior positions at HM Treasury, HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank. Prior to joining the IEA in 2017 he was Chief Global Economist at the leading independent consultancy, Capital Economics. Julian has a First Class degree in economics from Cambridge University and post-graduate qualifications in both economics and law.
12:50 pm - 1:40 pm
Opportunities and risks: what does Brexit have in store for public services?
Theatre: Hot Seat
Since the vote to leave there have been many outstanding questions regarding the future relationship between the UK and EU. An important question is how the delivery of Brexit will affect the provision of public services and the wider remit of the public sector? This session will seek to provide clarity around the potential opportunities and risks facing public services during this transition.