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Your first port of call for any Undergraduate enquiries should be the office in: Room S0.98

Monday to Thursday: 8:15am - 4:45pm

Friday: 8:15am - 3:45pm

Email: economics dot ugoffice at warwick dot ac dot uk

Telephone: +44(0)24 7652 3933

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Monday 8 January 2018, 6.00-7.00pm OC0.03, Oculus David’s talk will focus on ideas from his latest book The Road to Somewhere: The New Tribes Shaping British Politics which became the Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller earlier this year. The book has been described (The Guardian) as a robust and timely investigation into the political and moral values that are sharply dividing Brexit Britain and how a new settlement can be found. “In this groundbreaking and timely book, Goodhart shows us how people have come to be divided into two camps: the 'Anywheres', who have 'achieved' identities, derived from their careers and education, and 'Somewheres', who get their identity from a sense of place and from the people around them, and who feel a sense of loss due to mass immigration and rapid social change. In a world increasingly divided by Brexit and Trump, Goodhart shows how Anywheres must come to understand and respect Somewhere values to stand a fighting chance against the rise of populism.” read more at Penguin Books Limited 'A provocative take on the UK's new tribal divisions ... a book whose timing is pitch-perfect' - Andrew Marr About the author - David Goodhart David Goodhart is a journalist, author and think tanker—currently head of the demography unit at the Policy Exchange think tank. He is the founder and former editor of Prospect magazine and the former director of the centre-left think tank Demos. His book “The British Dream: Successes and Failures of Post-War Immigration” was runner up for the Orwell book prize. In his new book (a Sunday Times bestseller) The Road to Somewhere: The New Tribes Shaping British Politics, Goodhart identifies the value divisions in British society that help to explain the Brexit vote and the rise of populism. Registration Due to the popularity of these events, we require you to register. Please complete the registration form via the button below. Register

Location: OC0.03, Oculus

Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Date: Monday 8 Jan 2018 6:00pm




You should by now have received your invitation to attend the Graduation Ceremony on Friday 19 January 2018. We would also like to invite you and your family to attend our Graduation Reception in order to celebrate your achievements with fellow students and staff. We will be enjoying drinks, nibbles and live music in the Panorama Room (Rootes) 5.15-7.30pm. We all look forward to seeing you on Friday 19 January 2018. Registration We would be grateful if you could please complete our Economics Graduation Reception registration form, indicating whether you are attending and how many guests you will be bringing with you. Register now

Location: Panorama Room, Rootes

Time: 3:00pm - 7:30pm
Date: Friday 19 Jan 2018 3:00pm




Date: Monday 22 January 2018 Time: 6.15 - 7.15pm Room: MS.02, Zeeman Building Following our annual Warwick Question Time event in October 2017, we invite you to join us for a debate on current affairs with our student panel from the Departments of Economics and PAIS at this year's Students' Question Time 2018. Join the panel We are calling for four current undergraduate or postgraduate students in Economics or PAIS (including associated joint degrees), to join Claudia Rei on the panel to debate issues affecting the world today. If you're comfortable debating in front of a large audience, then please submit an a panel application below. Applications will close on Monday 18 December 2017. Apply Register Don't want to debate? Then come and watch. Spaces are limited and are offered on a first-come first-served basis, so we recommend that you sign up as soon as possible. Register *For first year economics students, attendance at this event will give you 10 credits towards your Personal Development Module. Please note that you must stay for the full event in order to receive these credits.

Location: MS.02, Zeeman Building

Time: 6:15pm - 7:15pm
Date: Monday 22 Jan 2018 6:15pm