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360 Lecture with Professor Molly Scott Cato

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360 Lecture with Professor Molly Scott Cato

The Department of Economics is pleased to announce that Professor Molly Scott Cato will be delivering a talk as part of the 360 Guest Lecture Series 2020/21 for this academic year.

Professor Molly Scott Cato

'Build back better: What should the post-covid economy look like?'

Date: Monday 2 November, 6.00pm-7.00pm
Location: Microsoft Teams - Live Webinar and Q&A

This event is for staff and students only and registration is required in order to attend.

About the talk

Professor Scott Cato will give her thoughts on how Britain can best re-build its economy in the aftermath of covid-19.

About the speaker - Professor Molly Scott Cato

Professor Molly Scott Cato is an economist and writer who has campaigned for green politics all her adult life. Between 2014 and 2020 Molly represented South West England in the European Parliament where she worked on sustainable finance, regenerative agriculture, and trade policy. Aside from her work as an economist Molly’s areas of special interest include land ownership and food production; renewable energy, especially when it is owned by local communities; co-operatives; and issues concerned with peace and opposing nuclear weapons and nuclear power.

Molly is a Professor of Green Economics at Roehampton University. For the past 15 years Molly has spoken for the Green Party on economics and finance, and is current spokesperson for Brexit


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