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18:00 2 February - 22:00 3 February 2010

UCL Economics Conference 2010

Location

Kennedy Lecture Theatre | UCL Institute of Child Health (link Map)
30 Guilford Street |

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: Free - a £15 deposit will be collected from all delegates and returned upon attendance of all sessions of the conference.
Ticketing: Pre-booking essential

Speaker information

Sir Samuel Brittan, Financial Times
Jim O'Neill, Head of Global Economic Research, Goldman Sachs
Jean-Michel Six, Cheif EMEA Economist, Standard & Poor's
Kevin Gaynor, Global head of GBM Economics and Rates Research, RBS
Charles Dumas, Chair, Lombard Street Research
Marco Annunziata, Head of Global Economic Research, Unicredit Group
Professor Andrew Scott, Chair of Economics, London Business School
Philippe d'Arvisenet, Global Chief Economist, BNP Paribas

This conference provides a platform for world-leading economists to discuss the role of government in the economy and its impact upon capitalism. It will address paramount issues within monetary and fiscal policy before concluding with a panel discussion on the evolution of capitalism.

Registration for the conference will take place at 6.00-8.00 pm everyday in Drayton House Basement, starting on Monday 18 January. A deposit of £15 will be collected from all delegates and returned upon attendance of all sessions of the conference. A total of 250 places will be available on a first come basis; we encourage everyone to register as early as possible.

This event is open to everyone who is interested in attending, but UCL students will be prioritised - for anyone unable to register in person, please send an email to economics@uclefs.com detailing your name, university and course (if applicable).

Refreshments will be provided free of charge.

This conference is sponsored by EFS.


Contact

Mohamed Ridha
07500 971 338 | m.ridha@ucl.ac.uk


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