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The full autumn events programme is now online with highlights including Jacqueline Lam on the Future of Entrepreneurship; and Mariana Mazzucato on capitalism. Browse the events online or download the events leaflet (pdf).

Newly announced events  include adventurer Sarah Outen on her round the world journey; David Cameron’s Director of Politics and Communications Craig Oliver on the inside story of Brexit; and business leaders Kathryn Jacob and Sue Unerman on successful strategies for women at work.

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Growth, Infrastructure and Sustainability: 10 years on from the Stern Review
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment public lecture

Speaker: Professor Lord Stern
Date: Thursday 27 October, 6.30-8pm


Future Sex: technology, desire, and the new rules of engagement
Forum for European Philosophy public discussion

Speakers: Dr Katherine Angel, Dr Kate Devlin, Dr Rebecca Reilly-Cooper
Date: Monday 31 October, 6.30-8pm

Naila Kabeer

How Change Happens
International Growth Centre and Department of International Development public discussion

Speaker: Duncan Green
Discussant: Professor Naila Kabeer
Date: Tuesday 1 November, 6.30-8pm

Vince Cable

What Next for Growth in the UK?
LSE Growth Commission panel discussion

Speakers: Vince Cable, Lord Darling, Stephanie Flanders, George Osborne
Date: Wednesday 2 November, 6.30-8pm

Tickets available from Wednesday 26 October


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