Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Students' Question Time

Tuesday 18th February 2014
4:30pm - 6:00pm, Woods-Scawen

Continuing the Debate

The Department of Economics hosted its first Question Time event on campus on Monday 30th September 2013, providing University of Warwick students and staff with the opportunity to engage with politicians, policy makers and academics. It was a huge success, with many demands made for follow-up events.

Therefore, to continue the success of this event and to allow students to debate on some of the excellent topics raised in September and to give their own viewpoints on some of the other submitted questions, the Department of Economics is hosting the Students’ Question Time.

This time, three undergraduate students from the Department are invited to join Professor Abhinay Muthoo on the panel.

Audience registration will close 17th February 2014 and places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Students’ Question Time will take place on 18th February 2014, 4.30-6.00pm in Woods-Scawen.

The Panellists


Professor Abhinay Muthoo is the Head of the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick. His research interests include conflict and negotiations, international development, and public policy.


Binita Mehta received her BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Warwick in 2012. Since then, she has combined her passion of politics and public relations in various positions.


Tim Dobermann is a final year economics student and was previously Coordinator of TEDxWarwick. His main interests lie in sphere of environmental and development economics.


Antonia Danai Antoniou is a second year economics student currently working as a research assistant on a project using administrative tax return data from Uganda. Her research interests include applied microeconometrics, public policy and firm behaviour.


Adam Brzezinski is currently a first year economics student and a member of the Warwick Economics Society Exec. He is especially interested in the interconnection between economics and philosophy and the unsolved questions from the area of political economy.


Daniel Francis is a current Politics, Philosophy and Economics student in his first year. He has a keen interest in the interplay between political philosophy and current affairs, particularly in relation to British politics in a post financial crisis landscape.

Panel Chair


Siobhan Benita is the Director of Policy and Strategy in the Department of Economics. She is a former senior Civil Servant who ran as an independent candidate in the 2012 Mayor of London election.