CEP 21st Birthday Lecture Series
Speaker: Professor John Van Reenen, Director, Centre for Economic Performance
Venue: Old Theatre, Ground Floor, Old Building, LSE (map & directions)
Overview: The financial crisis and the great recession dealt the global economy a massive shock. How can growth be put back on a sustainable path? What policy lessons have we learned? And how should Britain respond?
This event is the second in a series of lectures to celebrate 21 years of the Centre for Economic Performance.
About the Speaker: John Van Reenen is professor of economics at LSE and the director of the Centre for Economic Performance. In 2009 he was awarded the Yrjö Jahnsson Award for his contribution to economics in Europe.
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