Posts tagged with ‘economics’

After the storm

The School of Economics and the Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics welcome Vince Cable, former Secretary of State for Business, to give the public lecture, ‘After the storm’.

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The University of Nottingham contributes £1.1bn a year to UK economy, report says

The University contributes £1.1bn a year to the UK economy and supports around 18,000 jobs across […]

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Economic inequality and our grandchildren’s future

In this lecture, Danny Dorling discussed economic inequality and gives an insight into growing inequality in the world, the UK and in particular in London. he will also talk about recent evidence on the spread of anxiety and wider worrying.

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Model averaging for forecasting

The School of Economics presents the annual Granger Lecture ‘Model averaging for forecasting’, featuring speaker Professor Graham Elliott, University of California San Diego.

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Crunch time in Paris: the political economy of a new climate change agreement

The School of Economics present the Nottingham Glabalisation Lecture ‘Crunch time in Paris: the political economy of a new climate change agreement’. Michael Jacobs, Senior Adviser on International Climate Change Policy, Institut du Developpement Durable et des Relations Internationales, will speak.

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Vice-Chancellor honoured with Festschrift

Professor Sir David Greenaway, Vice-Chancellor at The University of Nottingham, is to be honoured with a […]

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Why doesn’t technology flow from rich to poor countries?

The School of Economics and the Nottingham Centre on Globalisation and Economic Policy present The World Economy Annual Lecture. Jeremy Greenwood, Professor of Economics (University of Pennsylvania), answers the question ‘Why doesn’t technology flow from rich to poor countries?’

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International dimensions of monetary policy

The School of Economics present ‘International dimensions of monetary policy’ as part of the Nottingham Lectures in International Economics. Giancarlo Corsetti, Professor of Macroeconomics at The University of Cambridge, will deliver three lectures across two days.

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British agriculture: sunrise industry

In this Nottingham Globalisation lecture, Sir Peter Kendall (Chairman, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) discusses ‘British agriculture: sunrise industry’. No tickets required, all welcome.

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The shifts and the shocks

The School of Economics welcomes Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator for The Financial Times, to present the Nottingham Globalisation Lecture ‘The shifts and the shocks’.

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