28 - 29/04/2016
17:00 - 20:00
London, UK
University of Greenwich, King William Court Room KW303, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London, SE10 9LS, (UK) University of Greenwich, King William Court Room KW303, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London, SE10 9LS, (UK)
“Decent Jobs and Wage-led Growth in the UK and Europe”

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The Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, (set up with the with the support and collaboration of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Universiry of Greenwich, is hosting a conference on “Decent Jobs and Wage-led Growth in the UK and Europe,” on 28 April 14:45-20:00.  Speakers include John McDonnell MP; Professor Ozlem Onaran, Director of the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, Professor Engelbert Stockhammer from Kingston University, Professor Francis Green of the Institute of Education, and Dr. Geoff Tily of the Trade Union Congress, Professor James Wickham, Dr. Alicja Bobek, Dr. Ernst Stetter of FEPS and Mr. David Begg of TASC. The conference will present the findings of two new research projects on “Wage-Led Growth in Europe? Effects of Changes in Income Distribution and Financialization on Growth ” and “Workers’ Experience of New Employment Strategies”.

The full programme is available here. To book a place for the conference please register here.

For more information on the research at the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre please visit our website for the Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, GPERC Policy Briefs, other publications, and forthcoming events.

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