‘Close Friends’? Assessing the Impact of Greater Scottish Autonomy on the North of England

ESRC Research Seminar Series: ‘Close Friends’? Assessing the Impact of Greater Scottish Autonomy on the North of England

Seminar 2: Challenges for Governance
St Chad’s College, Durham University, February 14th 2014

Please find below details of the seminar mentioned by Prof. Keith Shaw at our previous CSoP event. There are places left for PhD students and early career researchers, so if you would like to attend, please contact him at keith.shaw@northumbria.ac.uk

Programme

10.00 – Coffee
10.30 – Welcome and Introduction to the Seminar Series
• Professor Keith Shaw (Northumbria University)
10.45-11.30: The Context of Cross Border Collaboration
• Jonathan Blackie (Visiting Professor, Northumbria University)
• Dr Nicola McEwan (University of Edinburgh)
11.30 – 12.15: The North East and Scotland: Historical Reflections
• Professor John Tomaney (Bartlett School of Planning, University College London)
• Professor Iain McLean (Nuffield College Oxford)
12.30: Lunch
1.30: 3.00 Greater Scottish Autonomy and the Implications for the North of England
• Prof James Mitchell (University of Edinburgh)
• Prof Keith Shaw (Northumbria University)and Professor Fred Robinson (St Chad’s College, University of Durham)
• Professor Frank Peck (University of Cumbria)

3.00-3.15: Tea
3.15 – 3.45: Making the most of cross-border collaborations: A view from Practitioners
3.45 –4.15: Summing up and Reflections
• Professor John Mawson (Institute for Local Governance, Durham University
• Guy Lodge (IPPR)

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