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POSTPONED! Economic policies for a post neoliberal world

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POSTPONED! Given the increasingly worrying situation with the coronavirus pandemic in the UK we have decided to postpone the conference, for the first instance, until early October. We will keep you informed We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

The Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics (CTNTE) would like to invite you to attend our next annual conference

Economic policies for a post neoliberal world

Thursday 26th of March 2020 at Downing College, Cambridge, UK

This years’ conference brings together those interested in exploring a range of economic and social policies, which move in the direction of constructing a post neoliberal world. These range over how to address the climate emergency, alternative forms of ownership (public, co-operative), policies to address and reverse economic and social inequalities, responses to the forces of globalization, re-constituting the financial system and its roles, and the nature of employment.

Detailed information regarding the conference programme, speakers and papers is available online http://www.neweconomicthinking.org/prog_March2020.htm

To celebrate 15 years of the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics, this years’ conference is free of charge to all attendees

To register, please use the form available here http://www.neweconomicthinking.org/register_2020.htm

Places are limited, so please register quickly.

Please feel free to pass this invitation on to friends and colleagues who might be interested.

We look forward to meeting you at the conference. In the meanwhile, if you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@neweconomicthinking.org.uk

This talk is part of the The Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics series.

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