LECTURE 7 | 14 November Beyond nationalisation and privatisation to the democratic public enterprise Lecturer Andrew Cumbers, Professor in Regional Political Economy, University of Glasgow Respondent Scott Corfe, Chief Economist, Social Market Foundation Now in their twenty-seventh year, The Beesley Lectures were founded by Professor Michael Beesley, one of the most influential regulatory economists of his time. ... Continue reading
We’re delighted to announce that renowned author Matt Ridley will give this year’s Hayek Memorial Lecture. Matt’s books – which include The Rational Optimist and The Evolution of Everything – have sold over a million copies and been translated into 31 languages. His TED talk "When Ideas Have Sex” has been viewed more than two ... Continue reading
LECTURE 8 | 21 November What are the prospects for digital currencies and what is the role of the state? Lecturer: Dr Bob Swarup, Senior Visiting Fellow, Cass Business School Respondent: Martin Etheridge, Head of Note Operations, Bank of England Now in their twenty-seventh year, The Beesley Lectures were founded by Professor Michael Beesley, one of the ... Continue reading
Ten years since Elinor Ostrom was awarded the Nobel prize in Economics, it is timely to think about not only her own work and that of her husband Vincent Ostrom and their many students, but also the continuing research agenda that they created and which arises from their work. The work of the Ostroms is ... Continue reading
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