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In this Economic and Social Research seminar, join Sir Dave Ramsden CBE, Head of the Government Economic Service, and Chief Economic Adviser at HM Treasury to discuss productivity performance and prospects in the UK.

Sir Dave Ramsden is responsible for ensuring the delivery of economic policy, in particular supporting the Government’s objectives to promote macroeconomic stability and maintain confidence in the macro policy framework: to promote sustainable economic growth; and to ensure stable and sustainable tax receipts to fund government spending in the least distortive way.

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Department for Communities and Local Government


DCLG Economic and Social Research Seminar: Spring/Summer Series 2017

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May 2017

Government 3.0: Transforming government productivity to deliver better outcomes for less
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Thursday 18 May, 12:30-13:30
Book your place - https://dclg-seminar-18may-tera-allas.eventbrite.co.uk

June 2017

Challenges facing the NHS and social care system
Professor Chris Ham CBE, Chief Executive of The King’s Fund
Thursday 8 June, 12:30-13:30
Book your place - https://dclg-seminar-08june-chris-ham.eventbrite.co.uk

Economic prospects for the UK post-BREXIT
Patrick Minford, Professor of Applied Economics at Cardiff University
Wednesday 21 June, 12:30-13:30
Book your place - https://dclg-seminar-21june-patrick-minford.eventbrite.co.uk

Productivity performance and prospects in the UK
Sir Dave Ramsden CBE, Head of the Government Economic Service
Wednesday 28 June, 12:30-13:30
Book your place - https://dclg-seminar-28june-dave-ramsden.eventbrite.co.uk

July 2017

Inequalities in later life - reflections from the Centre for Ageing Better
Anna Dixon, Chief Executive of the Centre for Ageing Better and Claire Turner, Interim Director of Evidence
Tuesday 4 July, 12:30-13:30
Book your place: https://dclg-seminar-04july-dixon-turner.eventbrite.co.uk

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Conference room 5A and 5B

2 Marsham Street

London

SW1P 4DF

United Kingdom

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Organiser of DCLG Seminar: Dave Ramsden - Productivity performance and prospects in the UK

Organizer: Analysis and Data Directorate, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Email: Analytical.Services@communities.gov.uk

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