At a Glance
|Date:||Thursday 3 March 2011|
|Time:||4:30pm to 6pm|
|Location:||Room S0.19, Social Sciences Building|
|Cost:||Free (registration required)|
|Summary:||Professor Mark Thomas gives the second in a three-part lecture series on the use of social accounting in the study of the Atlantic economy.|
Three public lectures will be given by Professor Mark Thomas, project director for the CAGE project: "Social Accounting in a Historical Context: Modelling the Altantic Economy 1850 -1940", which is being financed by the Leverhulme Trust.
The second lecture, "The Mid-Victorian Economy: earning, making and spending in Britain in 1851", will examine the sources of British economic pre-eminence at the time of the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace from a social accounting perspective.
For more information on the series, and to register to attend this lecture, visit the CAGE website.