The 'Stirling School' of Economics Conference
Mon, May 18
May 18, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Stirling University, Stirling University, Stirling University, Stirling FK9 4LR, UK
Innovation is the outcome of our imagination and invention, within the firm and within academic disciplines. It is an evolutionary process of adaptation, creating new possibilities and, in turn, new adaptations.
'Reframing the Debate' Webinar
Wed, Apr 01
The Future of Central Banking
Fri, Mar 20
The National Institute Of Economic and S
Mar 20, 9:00 AM – 5:40 PM
The National Institute Of Economic and S, 2 Dean Trench St, Westminster, London SW1P 3HE, UK
This workshop will explore two kea questions related to central abnks: I) What ought to be the objectives of a central bank? II) What is the appropriate degree of CB independence?
Sustainable Growth Hub Workshop
Mon, Mar 16
Mar 16, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
King's College, King's Parade, Cambridge CB2 1ST, UK
Our Sustainable Growth Hub hosts a workshop to discuss preliminary results of projects funded by the Hub around the topics of green product differentiation, transition risks, timescale and investment as well as Integrating Macroeconomics and Ecology via Energy and the Laws of Thermodynamics
Climate Change Reading Group with Simon Dietz
Mon, Mar 09
Faculty of Economics, University Of Camb
Mar 09, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Faculty of Economics, University Of Camb, Austin Robinson Building, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge CB3 9DD, UK
We are a diverse group of people from economics, geography, history, natural sciences, so as to truly generate an interdisciplinary discussion on the current climate crisis and possible solutions.
Integrative Economics Conference
Thu, Mar 05
Organisation for Economic Cooperation an
Mar 05, 9:00 AM – Mar 06, 2:00 PM
Organisation for Economic Cooperation an, 2 Rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France
State-of-the-art policy applications emerging from new analytical tools show how methodological innovations and inter disciplinary approaches such as agent-based modelling, nowcasting, machine learning, and network analysis could contribute to better understanding of our complex economies.