This is a season ticket to 8 events in the Festival of Economics 2013
Festival of Economics 2013
In our second Festival of Economics, economists and other experts from around the UK will be debating with each other - and their audiences - some of the key economic questions of our times. The sessions include the ageing of British society, the shift in global economic power from the West to Asia and China, reforming public services, inequality and why it matters, regulating the banks in the wake of the financial crisis, and the yawning regional divide in the UK economy. At a time of great change and uncertainty, economic expertise is essential, but the issues are too important to leave to the experts. The aim of the Festival of Economics is to enable a debate between citizens and researchers, one that will offer insights and fresh perspectives to everybody taking part.
The season ticket gives you access to the whole series of 8 talks at a reduced rate.
The events are as follows:
|1) Intergenerational Economics and the ‘Jilted Generation’||21 November 2013||18.00 - 19.15|
|2) The State of Economic Recovery in the UK||21 November 2013||19.45 - 21.15|
|3)Pop Up Economics - Tim Harford||22 November 2013||18.00 - 19.00|
|4) The New World Economy||22 November 2013||19.45 - 21.15|
|5) Reforming Public Services||23 November 2013||10.00 - 11.30|
|6) Inequality – Why Does it Matter?||23 November 2013||12.15 - 13.45|
|7) The Problem of the Banks||23 November 2013||14.30-16.00|
|8) Every Planet has a North||23 November 2013||16.45-18.15|
If you are unable to make all 8 events, the individual events are also available to book separately from the below links:
(Please note it does not include the special event 'The World Economy' on 22nd November at 13:00 for that event check availability and book tickets here)
For biographies, news and other Festival of Ideas events go to www.ideasfestival.co.uk.
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