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The Future of Economics and Public Policy

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The Cambridge Public Policy Strategic Research Initiative will be hosting a lecture by Dr Ha-Joon Chang from Cambridge who in his widely-read books such as ’23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism’ and most recently ‘Economics: the User’s Guide’ has been critical of orthodox economics and economics teaching. Ha-Joon’s books have reached a wide audience, and along with other commentators and academic economists, raise questions about whether economics is serving society well, and what might be changes required in the discipline and its contribution to public policy. Following on from Ha-Joon’s talk we will have an invited panel from government, academia and industry, to discuss the issues raised.

This talk is part of the The Future of Economics and Public Policy series.

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