Pandemic Public Finance: How historic is it?
18:00-19:00. 2 November 2021
This panel discussion with Professor Graciela L Kaminsky, Professor Carmen M. Reinhart, and Professor Thomas J Sargent, chaired by Professor Olivier Accominotti, will examine the fiscal challenges brought about by the pandemic.
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Previous events in this series
Migration: Past lessons, today's challenges, future issues (Online event)
17:00-18:30, 17 March 17 2021
Can evidence from episodes of historical and contemporary migration inform current policy debates and help identify new areas of interest for the future?
This online panel comprised Professor Chris Minns (LSE) and Alex Nowrasteh (Cato Institute) and was moderated by Dr Peter Cirenza
Full details are this page: Migration: past lessons, today's challenges, future issues
Reflections on Bearmarkets
Simon Brewer (Morgan Stanley)
12:00-13:00, 2 December 2020
Alum Simon Brewer talked about the important cyclical and structural bear markets in asset classes, ranging from equities to commodities and currencies. He also examined the historic parallels, pointing to the predictability of human behaviour when confronted with the polarities of fear and greed.
Full details are on this page: Reflections on Bearmarkets
Absent Management in Banking: How Banks Fail And Cause Financial Crisis
Presenter: Christian Dinesen (Dinesen Associates)
Moderator: Dr Olivier AccominottiChair: Dr Natacha Postel Vinay
17:00-18.3, 28 October 2020
In this public online event, Christian Dinesen was in discussion with Dr Olivier Accominotti about his recent book, 'Absent Management in Banking', which explores the history of management in banking and its impact on global financial crises.
Full details of this event can be found here: Absent Management in Banking