23 - 24/04/2016
10:00 - 15:00
London, UK
Investment Policies for Sustainable Growth
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FEPS in collaboration with The University of Greenwich, the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, and the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of the University of Rotterdam welcome you to a book launch and conference on “Investment Policies for Sustainable Growth”, on 23rd May 2016, from 16:00 to 18:45 in room QA080. The conference will be an opportunity to discuss together with high-level academics, policy makers and policy analysts how investment policies can spearhead equitable and sustainable growth in Europe and the implications of an exit vote in the UK Referendum on investment and growth.

Speakers at the conference include Professor Mariana Mazzucato (University of Sussex), Professor Stephany Griffith Jones (IPD Columbia), Richard Burgon MP (Shadow Minister – Treasury), Maria Joao Rodrigues MEP (Vice-Chair of the S&D Group for Social and Economic Policies at the European Parliament), Udo Bullmann MEP, Markus Berndt Head of Division, European Investment Bank, Massimo D’Alema President of FEPS and former Prime Minister of Italy, Dr. Ernst Stetter Secretary General of FEPS.

This conference will also be an opportunity to launch the book ‘Finance and Industrial Policy. Beyond Financial Regulation in Europe’ edited by Giovanni Cozzi (University of Greenwich), Susan Newman (University of the West of England) and Jan Toporowski (School of Oriental and African Studies) published by Oxford University Press.

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