The British election – find an expert at CBS

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On 8 June the Brits will vote on who is going to lead Great Britain. Here is an overview of CBS researchers who can put this election into perspective.

 
06/02/2017

Poul Fritz Kjær
Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy Poul Fritz Kjær can comment on the election's impact on the Brexit negotiations, Great Britain's chance of landing a favourable agreement with the EU, and the role and global status of Great Britain.  

Ole Helmersen
Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Society and Communication, specialised in modern British politics and society.
 
Jesper Rangvid
Professor at the Department of Finance Will comment on the election's financial and economic consequences.
 
Sine Nørholm Just

Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics with focus on rhetoric and the political debate and public opinion about the EU. Sine Nørholm Just will comment on Great Britain's impact on the EU project.
 
Manuele Citi
Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics, specialised in EU politics, EU-economic integration and institutional development, regulation of the internal market and the EU budget. Manuele Citi can comment on the election's impact on the Brexit negotiations.
 
Edward Ashbee
(NB: Edward Ashbee is teaching in China at the moment. Can be difficult to reach, consider making an appointment by e-mail).
Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics. Edward Ashbee often comments on British politics in Danish media. He also comments on opinion polls, British economy, consequences for Scotland, Ireland, EU and Denmark and what impact the election will have on transatlantic relations.

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