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LSE academics to speak at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference

Five academics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) will be presenting papers on a range of issues at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2005 held on Monday 21 to Wednesday 23 March.

The papers will cover a range of pertinent subjects for today's government and business economists, from house prices in relation to schooling, the issue of retirement, the impact of computers on the earnings of men and women, and women in politics, evidence from Indian states. 

Academics from the Centre for Economic Performance, the Government Department and the Department of Economics at LSE who are presenting papers are:

The RES annual conference is the leading UK conference for academic, government and business economists. This year it is being held at the University of Nottingham.    

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For more RES information, contact Romesh Vaitilingam on 0117 983 9770 or 07768 661095 or email romesh@compuserve.com| 

For the LSE Press Office, contact Jess Winterstein on 020 7955 7060 or email j.winterstein@lse.ac.uk| 

21 March 2005

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