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UEA Contemporary Economic Issues lecture

The Contemporary Economic Issues lecture series is aimed at students, staff and members of the public and starts on 2nd February 2015 in Lecture Theatre 4. Everyone is welcome
The series is organised by School of Economics. Our invited lecturers are academics and practitioners who talk about important economic research questions and current economic issues.  The talks allow the audience to engage with the university and visiting academics, as well as with successful alumni and representatives of the business and public sectors.
Lectures take place on Mondays in Lecture Theatre 4 from 6.10pm. 

To find out more, please contact Dr Anders Poulsen (a.poulsen@uea.ac.uk) or Dr Stefania Sitzia (s.sitzia@uea.ac.uk). 

2 February
Professor Shaun Hargreaves Heap, King's College, London
"What is the Matter with Economics"

9 February
Dr Tiziana Luisetti, CEFAS & University of East Anglia
‘The Interdisciplinary Nature of Environmental and Ecological Economics ’

2 March
Dr Emanuela Lezzi, University of Verona
‘Immigrants and Labour Market: Workers Preferences and Tax-Benefit Policies’

9 March
Professor Francesco Guala, University ‘La Bicocca’, Milan
‘What is an Institution?’

16 March
Professor Theodore Turocy, University of East Anglia
‘How the Economists got Their Maths’

13 April
Professor Theodore Turocy, University of East Anglia
‘Coming Full Circle: The (not so) Brief History of Behavioural Economics’

20 April
Dr Vittorio Pelligra, University of Cagliari
‘Trust as a Common Good’

More info about this and loads of other UEA Events

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