NIESR Seminars - forthcoming

Thursday, 31 October, 2019 - 12:30 to Tuesday, 21 January, 2020 - 14:00
2 Dean Trench Street
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom



31/10/2019 Peter Doyle The Price of a Slave: The implications of slavery for economics, and of economics for reparations
04/11/2019 - at 5.30pm Bart Van Ark Inaugural Prais Lecture  on Productivity:  How not to miss the productivity revival once again- Part of NIESR's Festival of Social Science - See here for details and RSVP

06/11/2019 - at 5.30pm

Martin Weale

Inaugural Dow Lecture: Do economists expect too much from expectations? - Part of NIESR's Festival of Social Science - See here for details and RSVP


Olmo Silva (LSE) The Organizational Economics of School Chains 
21/01/2020 Francesca Monti (Bank of England) TBC


Previous seminars can be found listed here


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