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The Recession: To Spend or not to Spend?

Date(s)
27/11/2012 (18:00-19:30)
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Call - 01784 276296

Email - Tamsin.Bell@rhul.ac.uk

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Debate Poster

**FREE PIZZA BEFORE THE EVENT!**

Recession Debate: To Spend or Not to Spend?

 A panel of four prominent RHUL Economics Professors and our International Economist guest speaker, Gabriel Stein, discuss how they think we should resolve the financial crisis.

Students are invited to be part of a Q&A session after the speeches.

Our Guest Speaker:

Our guest speaker, Gabriel Stein, graduated from the Stockholm School of Economics with an MSc in 1980. In 1981 he worked for the International Relations Department of the Israeli Ministry of Finance. From 1982 to 1991 he ran his own economics and public affairs consultancy, Stein Brothers, first in Stockholm and then in London. He joined Lombard Street Research in 1991 and, together with Brian Reading, set up the World Service. He became a director in 1995. On behalf of the Adam Smith Institute he calculates Tax Freedom Day for the United Kingdom. He is currently Chief Economic Advisor to the OMFIF.


   
 
 
 

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