This conference is convened by Professor Peter Egger (ETH Zurich) and Professor Chris Milner (GEP, Nottingham) in conjunction with Review of International Economics, to mark Professor Sir David Greenaway’s contribution to research in international economics.
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?’
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.
In this Nottingham Globalisation lecture, Sir Peter Kendall (Chairman, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) discusses ‘British agriculture: sunrise industry’. No tickets required, all welcome.
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’.
Consumers with poor financial skills pay over the odds for loans and are eight times more likely to use expensive credit such as payday loans, new research has revealed.
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Bankers may love them, but new research has claimed bonuses don’t actually make us work any harder – and that fines have more impact.
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