2nd Interdisciplinary Leeds Workshop on Finance and Inequality in Europe

Venue: Chemistry West Block LT E (G.76). University of Leeds. This 2nd workshop of the […]
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20 - 22/11/2014

Venue: Chemistry West Block LT E (G.76). University of Leeds.

This 2nd workshop of the Finance and Inequality project aims at introducing some of the results and discussion of our first stage, and kick-off the work to be done in the 2nd year. It gathers experts on European finance from different disciplines (Economics, Geography, Law, Politics) to discuss concrete reform proposals to restructure European finance to the benefits of its citizens. 

The workshop is open to the public and free of charge. Beverages and lunch are provided, however for the dinner, other than those speaking, we regret to inform you that this will be at your own expense. To register to the workshop and/or to the dinner, please fill in the online registration form by Monday 17th November 2014.

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