Windows of Opportunity: How Nations Create Wealth
Is neoclassical growth theory dead? Why have the biggest industrial economies stagnated since the financial crisis? Is the idea of a competitive threat from China due to a lack of understanding of economic theory or is it a genuine danger to our standard of living?
Corbynism: A Critical Approach
The School of PPE’s Autumn Term extra-curricular PPE student lecture will be delivered by Matt Bolton (University of Roehampton) and Frederick Pitts (University of Bristol). Their talk explores key ideas of their recently published book ‘Corbynism: A Critical Approach.
Looking at the Man in the Mirror: A Whistleblower's Experience
Ian Foxley (Former Lieutenant Colonel, British Army) will relate his personal experience of blowing the whistle, its impact and the political, philosophical, economic and legal implications which are still unfolding today.
Let's talk about 'race' - open lecture
A timely talk that centres the challenges of higher education in regard to race equality, diversity, and BAME student experiences.
Part of a series of events intended to celebrate Black contributions to British society and help us to foster an understanding of Black History in general, all are welcome to attend these events and show their support.
VOX Issue Launch
VOX, the student journal of Philosophy, Politics and Economics, is launching its latest issue and a call for papers for the next issue (themed 'The Paradox of Peace').
Workshop in Practical Philosophy
Join Prof. Wlodek Rabinowicz, one of the most eminent researchers in the field of PPE, and a host of other speakers for a 'Workshop in Practical Philosophy'.
Economics Alumni Event 2019
Speakers - Tim Hill, Associate Partner, E&Y LLP and Seb Hinde, Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics