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.
How will Brexit unfold? Economists have warned about the possible negative effects of Brexit on the UK labour market. This public workshop will present work by researchers at NIESR, IFS and LSE exploring the role of the UK labour market in shaping the Brexit vote and the potential implications of Brexit for jobs.
NIESR and UK Hospitality, the leading hospitality trade association UK are holding a joint event on post-Brexit immigration policy. The round table will be an important opportunity for executives and senior managers who have responsibility for talent acquisition and retention.
How does the status of teachers vary across different countries? And how does it compare to other occupations like doctors, nurses, policemen? Is there any correlation between the status of teachers and the academic performance of pupils? If we pay teachers better do we get better outcomes for pupils?