Juan Espinosa will participate in the 2nd International Conference on Nationalism, Populism and Identities at Jesus College Oxford next April

Juan Espinosa, former director of the General Directorate of Gaming and current partner of Silverback Advocacy, will participate in the 2nd International Congress on Nationalism, Populism and Identities: Contemporary Challenges, an event that will take place from April 4 to 6 at Jesus College Oxford and It has been organized by the Foundation for Research on Law and Business (Fide).
 On this occasion, Espinosa will be the leader of the working subgroup that will address 'The future of the EU project', taking the following premise as a starting point: if the EU delivers satisfactory solutions in terms of growth, prosperity and equality, economic populism will be kept at bay.

The objective of this Congress is to bring together a group of professionals with extensive experience in the proposed topics in order to deepen debates and analyzes from different perspectives.

Subsequently, the Working Groups will articulate a set of conclusions and recommendations to be published and disseminated so that they can be considered by the competent authorities.

As explained by Fide, the congress will analyze nationalism and populism from a legal and economic perspective. In the specific case of the working group led by Juan Espinosa, the extent to which the European Union can adequately respond to the economic problems that have led to the rise of nationalism/economic populism will be discussed.

In this regard, specialists will discuss the possibility of keeping economic populism at bay as long as the EU offers satisfactory solutions in terms of growth, prosperity and equality.
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