We are delighted to announce that our programme for our third #rebuildmacro annual conference is almost complete and we are excited for a superb line-up of speakers 💥 Save the date and register with us For details please see here:
Register today for our 3day conference: Understanding Social Macro Session 6: Friday: Is there a macroeconomic orthodoxy which is perpetuated through a “culture of expertise”? With: Gary Dymski &
Programme is out now! Celebrating Women in Economics! with and #rebuildmacro Register and book your travel to Cambridge!
The Videos from our first #virtual conference on "Central Banks in a Crisis and Post-Crisis World" are now online available on our website A great weekend-watch with reflections on the role of CBs in the current crisis, their instruments and limits
Detailed programme for our Complexity and Macro Policy Conference this week with New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) initiative: We are fully booked but the event will be live-streamed and recorded
Exciting News! will join our `Celebrating Women in Macroeconomics`conference for ESRC Festival with a talk on "An outsider's View of Macroeconomic Policymaking and the Role of Women" Full programm here:
With our annual conference starting tomorrow, here is a stage setting blog by our director on Understanding Social Macroeconomics For registration to our conference please email: [email protected]
We are excited for our annual conference next week Join us and register with [email protected] Starting our first day on Wednesday with opening remarks by Jesse Norman MP : What are the Macroeconomic Questions Today and Tomorrow?
Starting the Second Day of Annual conference on "Methods of Analysis in Macro". 💥 Opening Remarks by... Andy Haldane, Chief Economist and Executive Director, on "Pushing the Frontiers of Policy and Research" #Rebuildmacro
Looking forward to talking tomorrow at the 3rd annual RM conference in a session chaired by featuring my Warwick colleagues Robert MacKay & at 15:30 UK time Please join us!
“Celebrating Women in Macroeconomics”: Girton College Cambridge, 6 November 2019 Part of the 2019 ESRC Festival of Social Science; supported by and Impact Accelerator Account funding. For further details see .
Don't miss the first day of our Annual conference next Wednesday: The 2nd session starts at 1 pm BST with a fantastic panel chaired by Prof Mary Morgan : Evolutionary macroeconomics
What happens when WEIRD people meet the Doughnut & the possibility of Pro-Social skills? I'm really looking forward to talking Evolutionary Macroeconomics w. , & Mary Morgan on Weds 21st Oct - do register & join us