Two leading economists, both Members of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee gave their views on the UK economy and the work of the MPC at an invitation-only event at the University of Warwick 's Business School on Wednesday 20th October.
One of the world's leading behavioural scientists and economists, Professor Ernst Fehr, and the distinguished researcher Dr. Helga Fehr-Duda from ETH Zurich, will be visiting the University on Thursday 29th April.
Will Gross National Wellbeing join Gross National Product as an indicator of performance in the future? Professor Andrew Oswald provides a fascinating overview of his recent research, suggesting how we should measure emotional prosperity in the century to come.
David Willetts MP, Shadow Minister for Universities and Skills recently visited the University of Warwick to present a lecture on his new book "The Pinch: How the baby boomers took their children's future - and why they should give it back".
The 9th annual Warwick Economics Summit takes place later this month and with over 400 students expected to attend is the largest student-run academic conference of its kind in Europe. Organised by the Warwick Economics Society, the student-only summit takes place between Friday 19 February and Sunday 21 February and tickets are selling fast.
The first in a new series of events - Warwick Global Conference - will be held in New Delhi on Saturday 14 November 2009. The first event, “Responding to Change”, will explore a range of topics crucial to the rapidly changing face of Indian and global business.
Warwick Business School is hosting a free public forum on the impact of the recession in Latin America on the 2nd June, led by José Juan Ruiz Gómez of the Santander Group.
A new exhibition of contemporary documents about the Wall Street Crash and economic crisis of the 1930s are now on display at the Modern Records Centre.
On Monday April 6, Warwick Business School is hosting a one-day conference on the global financial crisis, co-sponsored by the Journal of International Money and Finance and organised by Professor Mark Taylor – Professor of International Finance and Macroeconomics at Warwick and a Managing Director at Barclays Global Investors.
The latest issue of the Economic Research Institute's bulletin has been released, covering the topics of returns on university top-up fees, electricity prices and Soviet military spending.
The Second Warwick Commission is to meet for the first time on 29th January as it begins work into the examination of international financial reform in light of the present financial crisis.
The 8th annual Warwick Economics Summit takes place later this month and with over 400 students expected to attend is the largest student-run academic conference of its kind in Europe.
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