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18  Jun  2019  

Youngsters in Crime workshop

Various Speakers 

This joint LSE/CEP and Glasgow University workshop brings together early career scholars and law enforcement experts to explore the pressing issues of crime and violence from an economics perspective. Presentations will focus on illegal activity and cover various topics, such as new trends in knife crime, policing and labour markets in the context of both developing and developed countries.

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10  Jun  2019  

LSE Policy Panel: Lost Generations? Trade, Technology and the Future of Work

Various Speakers 

CEP and the LSE Department of Economics host a policy panel on trade, technology and the future of work.

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6  Jun  2019  

Entrepreneurship Conference

Various Speakers 

The LSE Department of Management, Centre for Economic Performance and STICERD invite you to their annual Entrepreneurship Conference which will bring together leading world researchers studying entrepreneurship from a variety of different perspectives and include presentations offering insights from theory, empirical assessments and policy evaluations.

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5  Jun  2019  

CEPR ERWIT conference

Various Speakers 

Annual CEPR ERWIT conference running over 3 days

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4  Jun  2019  

CEP Trade Week

Various Speakers 

In June 2019, the Centre for Economic Performance is hosting a series of trade-related events.

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4  Jun  2019  

British Academy Policy Panel: Lost Generations? Globalisation and the left-behinds of tomorrow

Various Speakers 

CEP, CEPR and the British Academy host a policy panel, chaired by Dame Minouche Shafik (LSE Director), focusing on globalisation, populism and work. Please note that this is an invitation only event.

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24  May  2019  

Conference: Industrial Policy in Advanced Economies in the 21st century

Various Speakers 

CEP is hosting a workshop on Industrial Policy in advanced economies in the 21st Century, bringing together leading academics and policy makers. The workshop’s keynote lecture will be given by Dani Rodrik (Harvard University).

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20  May  2019  

CEP Annual Conference 2019

Various Speakers 

This event is for CEP staff only

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17  May  2019  

University of Chicago and LSE conference on the Economics of Crime

Various Speakers 

The economics of crime and justice is a booming field, owing largely to new sources of data and methodological innovation. This conference represents the first of an annual series to be held in alternate years in Chicago and London.

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This is an event featuring CEP academics, but organised outside of the Centre

12  Mar  2019  

LIONEL ROBBINS MEMORIAL LECTURES: Liquidity and Leverage

Raghuram Rajan (Professor of Finance at Chicago Booth)

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11  Mar  2019  

LIONEL ROBBINS MEMORIAL LECTURES: Liquidity and Leverage

Raghuram Rajan (Professor of Finance at Chicago Booth)

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30  Nov  2018  

Healthy Minds in Schools

Various Speakers 

The Healthy Minds Curriculum has been taught to 11,000 students across 32 schools over 4 years, from ages 11-15. This half day event will share the positive impact the teaching and learning has had on students and teachers.

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15  Nov  2018  

CEP-LSE-Glasgow Workshop on the Economics of Crime and Policing

Jeff Grogger (Harris School, Chicago & NBER)

The aim of this 2 day workshop is to bring people together that work empirically or theoretically on issues of crime and policing, or other issues relating to illegal behavior.

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12  Nov  2018  

LSE Public Event: Wellbeing and Work

Mike Coupe (CEO, Sainsbury's)

With more people working more hours, many are finding themselves increasingly "time-poor". Sainsbury's CEO Mike Coupe argues that there is a need for big business to take an active leadership role on well being issues.

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29  Oct  2018  

Social Mobility and its Enemies

Lee Elliot Major (Sutton Trust)

To mark the launch of their new book, Lee Elliot Major and Steve Machin will discuss cutting-edge research into how social mobility has changed in Britain over the years. Chair: Minouche Shafik

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19  Sep  2018  

The Economic Consequences of Brexit

Various Speakers 

This one-day conference will bring together researchers and policymakers working on the economic consequences of Brexit.

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