As part of the Royal Economic Society (RES) Annual Conference, hosted this year by the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick, members of the public are invited to join a panel of international experts at 3 FREE public debates:

How can economics be better communicated and discussed?

15 April 2019

6pm-7.15pm in the Oculus OC0.03, University of Warwick campus

Panellists: Dr Arun Advani (Warwick Economics); Prof Wendy Carlin (UCL); Prof Rachel Griffith (Manchester); Martin Wolf (Financial Times); chaired by Prof Lord Nicholas Stern (LSE).

 

Brexit: where is it taking us?

16 April 2019

6pm-7.15pm in the Oculus OC0.03, University of Warwick campus

Panellists: Lord Macpherson (former Permanent Secretary); Prof Vicky Pryce (CEBR),Prof Michael Wickens (York); Prof L. Alan Winters (Sussex); chaired by Dr Gemma Tetlow (Institute for Government).

 

How can universities and businesses foster economic growth?

17 April 2019

6pm-7.15pm, Coventry Central Hall (Lower Hall)

Panellists: Prof Paul Cheshire (LSE); Prof Stuart Croft (Vice-Chancellor, Warwick); Rain Newton-Smith (CBI); chaired by Rachana Shanbhogue (The Economist).

These ‘RES Presents’ events are aimed at anyone with an interest in how economics can help us understand and influence public policy, from the job market to Brexit and beyond.  School pupils interested in taking Economics at A-level and 6th formers who are considering Economics as a university option are especially welcome.

Find out more and register at www.res.org.uk/respresents.html