Posts tagged with ‘economics’

Cogs and Monsters: What Economics Is, and What It Should Be

A look at how Economics needs to change to keep pace with the 21st century and the digital economy.

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World Economy Annual Lecture 2022 – War on Ukraine: the global fallout

With guest speaker Beata Javorcik (Professor, University of Oxford and EBRD Chief Economist) GEP is grateful to Wiley, proud publisher […]

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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


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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