Michael Oakeshott memorial lecture
Date: Wednesday 20 February 2008
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: David Willetts MP
Chair: Professor Kenneth Minogue
There has been an extraordinary surge in the study of behaviour from evolutionary biologists, neurologists and game theorists, but this has been largely divorced from the political debate. David Willetts will draw on the latest research from these disciplines to explain what Government can and cannot do to influence our behaviour
David Willetts is shadow secretary of state for innovation, universities and skills and has been the MP for Havant since 1992. He was shadow secretary of state for work and pensions from 2001-2005 and has worked at HM Treasury and the Number 10 Policy Unit.
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Podcast & Transcript
A podcast of this event is available to download from the LSE public lectures and events podcasts channel.
A copy of David Willetts' speech is also available to download.
Download: The Ideas that are Changing Politics (Renewing Civic Conservatism) (pdf)