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NEXT LEFT ECONOMIC CIRCLE 10th Roundtable on “Alternative macroeconomic and financial policies for Europe” Topic: […]
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15/05/2013

NEXT LEFT ECONOMIC CIRCLE

10th Roundtable on “Alternative macroeconomic and financial policies for Europe”

Topic: “Make the Financial transaction tax work!”

Guest speakers: Lord. Prof. John Eatwell (Queens’ College Cambridge, UK) and Prof. Jonathan Portes (Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research – UK)

Co-Chairs: Antolín Sanchez Presedo, MEP & Prof.Stephany Griffith-Jones, IPD-Columbia University

Venue: FEPS office

Time: 12.30 to 14.30

Lunch and translation (FR & EN): offered

Registration: please fill in the form

Background:The roundtables of the Next Left Economic Circle bring together progressive economists from different European institutions, from civil society organisations and the business sector, who wish to evaluate the economic theoretical corpus behind economic policy proposals. The roundtables consist of regular public meetings, co-organised by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Global Progressive Forum (GPF). For each roundtable, a renowned economist is invited as a guest speaker.

Former roundtables: see the list and presentations from each economist

Registration: please fill in the form

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