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360 Lecture: Why Rebuild Macroeconomics

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360 Lecture: Why Rebuild Macroeconomics

The Department of Economics is pleased to present Dr Angus Armstrong as part of our 360 Guest Lecture Series.

Date: Monday 30 April 2018, 6.00-7.00pm
Location: MS.01, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick

About the author - Dr Angus Armstrong

Dr Angus Armstrong is Director of Rebuilding Macroeconomics and Chief Economic Adviser at Lloyds Bank Group. His team is responsible for economic modelling, forecasting and economic risk. Angus is also an Associate Senior Fellow of the ESRC’s ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ programme. He has served as Special Adviser to various committees in the UK Parliament and is often invited to give evidence to the UK and Scottish Parliaments.

Prior to joining Lloyds, Angus was Director of Macroeconomics at National Institute of Economic and Social Research and Head of Macroeconomic Analysis at HM Treasury. He has a PhD in economics and is an Honorary Professor at Stirling University.

For further details about our guest speaker visit his profile at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research page.

Why Rebuild Macroeconomics?

Is macroeconomics in crisis? There is little consensus between economists on the causes of the crisis and the subsequent loss of productivity growth. The standard answers of deregulation and greater integration no longer seem to resonate with the public. Is it time for a radical rethink about macroeconomics? As Director of a four-year ESRC network on Rebuilding Macroeconomics, Dr Armstrong will explain some of the very latest lines of enquiry being developed within the network. More can be found on the website


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