Lessons from the 1930s Great DepressionThursday 9 Apr 2015
Lessons from the 1930s’ Great Depression
Monday 29th November 2010
OxRep Launch Programme (Chatham House)
|Introduction and Welcome:
Dave Ramsden, Managing Director Macroeconomic and Fiscal Policy Directorate & Joint Head of the GES, HM Treasury
|The Great Depression: Getting the Story Right
Nick Crafts (University of Warwick) and Peter Fearon (University of Leicester)
|Depression and Recovery in 1930s’ Britain
Roger Middleton (University of Bristol)
|Coping with Financial Crisis: USA in the 1930s
Price Fishback (University of Arizona)
|Panel Discussion: What Should Policymakers Learn from the Experience of the 1930s?
Chair: Hamish McRae (The Independent)
Panel: Sir Alan Budd (Former Chairman, Interim Office for Budget Responsibility), Price Fishback,
Roger Middleton, Nicholas Crafts and Peter Fearon.