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Financial Liberalisation: Past, Present and Future

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We hold annual conferences on the crisis in traditional economic theory. New approaches are presented. I am pleased to draw your attention to the 2016 event:

Financial Liberalisation: Past, Present and Future

Thursday 31st March 2016 St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, UK

The conference is organised by the Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics.

Full details and registration can be found at:

Places are limited, so please register quickly. There is a special rate for academic and not-for-profit bookings. There are also a few FREE places for students in relevant fields.

Speakers and Papers presented include: Prof Terry Barker – Chair

Prof Philip Arestis – Financial Liberalisation, the Finance-Growth Nexus, Financial Crises and Policy Implications

Prof Jesús Ferreiro and Prof Carmen Gómez – Financialisation and Financial Balance Sheets of Economic Agents in the Euro Area

Prof Ilene Grabel – Capital Controls in a Time of Crisis

Stephanie Griffiths Jones – The Challenges of Financial Sector Development in Low-Income Countries: Lessons from Developed and Emerging Economies

Annina Kaltenbrunner – Stemming the Tide: Capital Account Regulations in Developing and Emerging Countries

Sergi Lanau and Tomasz Wieladek – Does Financial Repression Affect Current Account Adjustment?

Prof Nigel Allington, Prof John McCombie & Marta Spreafico – Capital Controls in the Wake of the 2007 Financial Crisis: Some Evidence from Euro Area Countries and a Comparison with Iceland

Prof Malcolm Sawyer – Towards De-Financialisation

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