Events

Throughout the year, we run a range of public lectures, workshops, roundtables, press briefings and seminars to share the findings of our research, and facilitate the debate of these important issues.

Dow Lecture with James Talbot: Climate Change, the Macroeconomy and Monetary Policy

Climate change – and the policy response of governments at home and abroad to it – will affect the macroeconomy in a number of ways.  If climate shocks, or climate-related policies influence output and inflation in the short-run, monetary policy makers will need to consider their impact.  Research on the…
Event time
16:30 to 18:00
25 April, 2024
25 April, 2024

Spring 2024 Press Conference

Ahead of the publication of our Spring 2024 UK and Global Economic Outlooks, this press conference is an opportunity for journalists to hear directly from the researchers, ask questions and gain insight into what our findings mean for policymakers and the wider public.   Please note that this event is…
Event time
11:00 to 12:00
8 May, 2024
8 May, 2024

Spring 2024 Members’ Roundtable

We are delighted to be hosting our Spring 2024 Members' Roundtable. The Roundtable represents an opportunity for our Members to have an in-depth insight into our quarterly UK and Global Outlooks ahead of general dissemination, and to discuss the findings with our researchers. More information on the topics and speakers…
Event time
09:00 to 10:30
9 May, 2024
9 May, 2024

Spring 2024 Economic Forum

The Economic Forum is a virtual event in which our researchers present the findings of our UK and Global Economic Outlooks. After the presentations, there will be a chance for participant to ask questions to the researchers. More information on the topics and speakers will be available closer to the…
Event time
11:00 to 12:00
10 May, 2024
10 May, 2024

Governor Talk with Nigel Gilbert

Modelling the English housing market with agents: markets from the bottom up In this governor talk, Prof. Nigel Gilbert from the University of Surrey will discuss how the state of the housing market is of enormous importance both for the economy as a whole and to individuals and families. Consequently…
Event time
12:00 to 13:00
21 May, 2024
21 May, 2024

2024 Deane- Stone Lecture with Huw Dixon: the Challenges of Measuring Inflation in a Post-Pandemic World

For both policymakers and economists, the post-pandemic spike in inflation raised several questions around the measurement of inflation and the implication of inflation for how we measure the economy more generally. In this year’s Deane-Stone Lecture on Economic Measurement, Professor Huw Dixon will focus on how the rising costs of…
Event time
16:00 to 18:00
20 June, 2024
20 June, 2024