11 November 2010
An exploration of the threats to globalisation in the wake of the financial crash
The Institute of Economic Affairs invites you to attend an evening panel discussion
“Globalisation after the Crash”
Professor Willem H Buiter CBE FBA, Chair in European Political Economy, European Institute, LSE
Professor Anthony J Evans, Assistant Professor of Economics, European School of Management
The Lord Lamont of Lerwick, Chancellor of the Exchequer (1990-93)
Dr Razeen Sally, Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy, LSE
John Blundell, Director General & Ralph Harris Fellow, IEA
Tuesday 30th June 2009
6.30pm-8.00pm, followed by a drinks reception
The Arthur Seldon Room
2 Lord North Street, Westminster, SW1 (door on Great Peter Street)
In the wake of the financial market crash, globalisation is under threat. A number of heads of state have started making protectionist noises. A slow-down in economic activity is likely to reduce trade.
Furthermore, as some perceive international capital flows as one of the causes of problems in financial markets, there is pressure for greater regulation of capital flows and of the financial sector.
Should the events in financial markets lead us to put the brakes on globalisation? How should economists make the case for free international markets in the current climate?
What would be the implications of greater protectionism and reduced international capital and labour flows?
RSVP (ACCEPTANCES ONLY PLEASE) to IEA Reception:
by email: [email protected]
by Fax: 020 7799 2137
by Phone: 020 7799 8900