Lecturer on the historical and cultural influence of Europe; advisor to the European Commission in Brussels
Bryan Cassidy was a member of the European Parliament from 1984-1999, specializing in economic and monetary issues.
lectures in Brussels, London, and Paris where he
holds regular seminars in French and English on the European Union
also lectures on the ESSEC-MANNHEIM Executive MBA programme.
During his time in the European Parliament, he was a member of the Delegation to the United States and continues to take a close interest in U.S./E.U. trade issues.
has taken part in election monitoring missions in Russia (Siberia twice), Belarus, the former East Germany, Palestine, and Macedonia and has carried out two missions on behalf of the British Government in Estonia and Mongolia.
contributes monthly to the business journal Industry Europe, and his
publications include Red Tape: Scourge of the Nineties; The Stifling of Enterprise; The Red Tape Obsession; Councils in Business; Workers on the Board ; EURIM Guide to Decision Making in the European Union
; and the bestselling Hawksmere Lobbying Guide.
He graduated from Cambridge with a master's degree in law.