Date: Friday 4 February 2011
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: Professor Timothy Besley, Professor Simon Hix, Dr Jonathan Hopkin, Martin Wolf
A panel of experts debate the political and economic implications of the unprecedented fiscal adjustment undertaken by the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition government.
Timothy Besley is director of STICERD, EOPP Associate and Kuwait Professor of Economics and Political Science.
Simon Hix is professor of European and comparative politics at LSE.
Jonathan Hopkin is senior lecturer in British and comparative politics at LSE.
Martin Wolf is associate editor and chief economics commentator at the Financial Times.
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