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Where is Economics Heading? New Schools of Thought

LSE SU Economics Society conference

Date: Saturday 16 February 2013 
Time: 9.45am-6pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: various, see below

This conference, organised by the LSE SU Economics Society, aims to bring together a range of leading professionals and academics to engage in discussions about stimulating and prevailing economic topics. Delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in workshops with our speakers. Lunch and refreshments provided.

Speakers include; Andrew Sentence, Paul Ormerod, Lucio Vinhas de Souza, Jonathan Portes, Wolfram Schultz, Hany Fam, Lord Layard, Angus Armstrong, Hugh Pym, Vicky Pryce, Eddie Obeng, Richard Davies, Amit Kara, Ken Binmore

This event is open to all but pre-registration is required. Tickets cost: LSE students - £25, non LSE students - £30, professionals - £45. For any queries or to register email su.soc.economics@lse.ac.uk|.

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