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The Big Crunch and The Big Bang: How to get out of the global financial mess

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As major crises of investor confidence rock the world, and governments take extraordinary actions to shore up national economies, what can we learn from the global financial crisis? Was it inevitable? Is it an unmitigated disaster, or an opportunity to improve stability for the future? At this one-day event, some of Europe’s leading economic thinkers will share their views on what should be done to get out of the mess.

Speakers Include: Philip Arestis, John Llewellyn, Ajit Singh, Elias Karakitsos, Anatole Kaletsky, Michelle Baddeley, Hashem Pesaran, Leonardo Gambacorta, Andrew Ross, Luisa Corrado, Terry Barker, Saxon Brettell & William Keegan…

Plus… after-conference party at ‘Niche’

Cost: £750 Individuals, £30 Academics, Students free (limited places)

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