Tue, 08 Dec | via Zoom: r.arnold@niesr.ac.uk

Social Macroeconomics Hub Workshop

Our Rebuilding Macroeconomics Social Macroeconomics Hub comes together to present its nine projects and discuss their progress and findings.
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Social Macroeconomics Hub Workshop

Time & Location

08 Dec 2020, 09:30 – 18:00 GMT
via Zoom: r.arnold@niesr.ac.uk

About the Event

If oyu wish to take part in the hub workshop please email Richard Arnold to r.arnold@niesr.ac.uk for details. 

Rebuilding Macroeconomics: Social Macroeconomics Hub Workshop Tuesday 8 December 2020, via Zoom

Timings: each project is allowed a total of 40 minutes, of which 20 minutes will be allocated to presentations arising from the work done. The presentations will be followed by 20 minutes of questions and discussion. All times are GMT.

Programme: 

09.30 Introduction and Welcome: Paul Collier and Angus Armstrong

09.45-12.00 Session 1

09.45-10.25 Yvan Russell: Is identity-priming a short-cut to cooperation?

10.30-11.10 Colin Mayer: The Structure and Relations of Banking Systems: International Evidence on the Role of Relationship Banking, and the UK Experience in the Light of ‘Levelling-Up’ Challenges

11.15-11.55 Sandra McNally: Understanding Educational Progression at the Local Level

12.00-12.30 Break for Lunch

12.30-14.45 Session 2

12.30-13.10 Stephen Fisher: Socio-political consequences of regional economic divergence in Britain: 1983-2018

13.15-13.55 Agata Ryterska: Verbal interaction in a social dilemma experiment

14.00-14.40  Steven Bosworth: Economic, Social and Political Fragmentation: Linking Knowledge-

Biased Growth, Identity, Populism and Protectionism

14.45-15.00 Break for Tea

15.00-17.15 Session 3

15.00-15.40 Philip McCann: The Long-Run Consequences of Adverse Economic Shocks: UK Regional and Urban Inequalities

15.45-16.25 David Sloan Wilson: Managed Evolution: A New Narrative for Macroeconomics 

16.30-17.10 David Good and Patricia Andrews Fearon: Zero-Sum Mindset & Its Discontents

17.15-18.00 18.00 Summarising discussion, led by Dennis Snower and Angus Armstrong End

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