LSE European Series
Date: Monday 3 October 2005
Venue: Shaw Library, Sixth Floor, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Dr Georg Milbradt
Chair: Dr Willem Buiter
Germany is Europe's biggest economy and the world's foremost exporting country but its welfare state has run into considerable difficulties over the last decade. This lecture will discuss the challenges for Germany and suggest ways of overcoming Germany's problems.
Professor Dr Georg Milbradt was Saxony's finance minister for over ten years before becoming minister-president in April 2002.
This series is hosted by the European Institute at LSE.
Next event in the series is on Thursday 6 October - Robert Cooper speaks on the topic of Can Europe Run the 21st Century?
This event is free and open to all however a ticket is required.
Update: 2.45pm Tuesday 27 September
All tickets for members of the public, LSE staff, alumni and students for this event have now been allocated.
The online ticket request form is now closed. Tickets for this event will be distributed as of Tuesday 27 September. Any applicants who were unsuccessful in their ticket request will be advised as soon as possible.
There will be a returns queue in operation for this event. Shortly before the event starts we will fill any empty seats left by ticket holders with people from the returns queue. The returns queue will be located outside the entrance to the Shaw Library. Entry is not guaranteed to this event via the returns queue.