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Speaker(s): Professor John Van Reenen, Professor Jonathan Haskel
Chair: Professor Steve Machin
Recorded on 17 February 2011 at Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Where will the sources of new growth come from in the wake of the financial crisis and recession? What is the role of education, labour markets and government policy in supporting this growth?
John Van Reenen has been professor of economics at LSE and the director of the Centre for Economic Performance, since October 2003.
Jonathan Haskel is a Professor of Economics at Imperial College Business School based in the Healthcare Management and Innovation and Enterprise Group.
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