Don't trust low unemployment numbers as proof that the labor market is doing fine—it isn't. Not Working is about those who can’t find full-time work at a decent wage—the underemployed—and how their plight is contributing to widespread despair, a worsening drug epidemic, and the unchecked rise of right-wing populism.
David G. Blanchflower will discuss the book with MPC member Dr Gertjan Vlieghe.
The event is free but it is essential to RSVP to secure a place.
New NIESR research funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation explored best practice in 15 schools across England towards the integration of migrant pupils and their families, in areas of long standing diversity or experiencing more recent migration from the EU.
This roundtable is intended for schools and experts in the education sector as well as policy makers.
The Royal Economic Society's Annual Conference is their flagship event, hosted in 2019 by the University of Warwick. It brings together hundreds of academic and professional economists to present the latest developments in economics and showcase their real-world application. NIESR, ESCoE and Rebuilding Macroeconomics are delighted to be presenting the following:
The Monetary History Group has been meeting twice a year (almost continuously) since the late 1960s. Originally at the London School of Economics, and always London based, it has over the years hosted most of the leading monetary and financial historians in the field.