A referendum on the Maastricht Treaty was held in Denmark in June 1992. With a turnout of 83.1%, the Treaty was rejected by 50.7% of voters. What happened then is of great interest for the UK’s current situation.
Baron MacPherson of Earl's Court served as Permanent Secretary to the UK Treasury from 2005 to 2016, serving under three Chancellors and managing the department through the financial crisis which began in 2007.
Professor Michael Keating is Director of the Centre for Constitutional Change and Professor Richard Wyn-Jones is Director of the Wales Governance Centre at the University of Cardiff.
Why some times are different: the aftermath of financial crises with Christina Romer and David Romer
Former Chair of President Obama's Council of Economic Advisors, Christina Romer, will speak about repairing the damage of economic shocks. Read more ...