Department of Geography and Environment public lecture
Date: Thursday 14 June 2012
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Professor Diane Coyle
Chair: Professor Henry Overman
The world's leading economies are facing many crises. What these crises have in
common is a reckless disregard for the future. This lecture examines the policy changes necessary to run the economy for tomorrow as well as today.
Diane Coyle runs Enlightenment Economics. She is vice chair of the BBC Trust, and a visiting professor at the University of Manchester.
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