Department of Economics public lecture
Date: Tuesday 20 May 2014
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Charlie Bean
Chair: Professor Lord Stern
In this lecture Charlie Bean, outgoing deputy governor of the Bank of England and visiting professor in the LSE Department of Economics will reflect on the economic events of the past decade and their impact on the role of the central bank.
Nicholas Stern is the first holder of the IG Patel Chair of Economics and Government.
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Transcript & Slides
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