Posts tagged with ‘economics’

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The Power of Creative Destruction

This free online event, which takes place on Monday 10 May, between and 5pm and 6pm will feature Philippe Aghion  talking about his book, ” The Power of Creative Destruction: Economic Upheaval and the Wealth of Nations”.

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The price of democracy: how money shapes politics and what to do about it

A public lecture with Julia Cagé, Assistant Professor of Economics at Sciences Po Paris

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The World Economy in 2030

A public lecture with Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator from The Financial Times.

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Dave Ramsden: The future of the UK economy

A public lecture with Dave Ramsden, Deputy Governor for Markets & Banking, Bank of England

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After the virus: building a more resilient, fairer society

As the world looks forward to recovering from COVID-19, our researchers are reflecting on the challenges we face as well as opportunities to build a more […]

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Economic and social postgradute studentships open day

Interested in applying for Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funding to cover your postgraduate study in the social sciences?

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The World Economy Annual Lecture 2019 – Are trade agreements good for you?

Presented by Giovanni Maggi, Howard H. Leach Professor of Economics, Yale University.

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Public lecture: A university education

A public lecture with Rt Hon. Lord Willetts, an English Conservative Party politician.

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Brexit: where are we now? – Public Lecture by Rt Hon Anna Soubry (MP for Broxtowe)

Nottingham Globalisation Lecture presented in association with the Nottingham Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP) and the School of Economics.

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