You can watch a live-stream of the event by clicking the link below:

www.pscp.tv/w/1yoKMjkenPzGQ

Professor Mark Blyth, Eric Lonergan and host, Stephen Kinsella, recorded a podcast after the event to reflect on the discussion which you can listen to on SoundCloud here.

Date & Time: 13.00 pm – 15:00 pm on 5 February 2019

Location: National Institute of Economic and Social Research, 2 Dean Trench Street, London, SW1P 3HE

Professor Mark Blyth and macro fund manager Eric Lonergan discuss their forthcoming book on the political economy of anger with discussants, Professor Anand Menon and Dr. Carolina Alves.

It’s everywhere, but no one knows what it is. Do you know the four types of anger? Which one to listen to, which one to fear? Which one to be proud of, which one makes you feel ashamed? Anger is the arc that connects politics, economics, the private and the public. It is a global virus, which may also reveal a path for radical reform.

If you want to hear more, join us on February 5th.

Presenters

Mark Blyth is William R. Rhodes ’57 Professor of International Economics at Brown University. He is the author of Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea and The Future of the Euro (with Matthias Matthijs). Learn more about Mark at www.markblyth.com.

Eric Lonergan is a macro hedge fund manager, economist, and writer. In addition to his new work with Mark, he is the author of Money. He has written for Foreign Affairs, The Financial Times, and The Economist. He also advises governments and policymakers. Learn more about Eric at philosophyofmoney.net.

Discussants

Anand Menon is a Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King’s College London, author of several books including “Brexit and British Politics” in 2017, and is the Director of the ‘UK in a Changing Europe’ project that investigates the relationship between the UK and EU. Learn more about Anand here.

Carolina Alves is a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge who specialises in macroeconomics and international political economy with an emphasis on the perspective of global changes in politics, economics and governance. Learn more about Carolina at econ.cam.ac.uk/people/cto/cca30.

Programme
13:00
Lunch
13:25
Introduction: Stephen Kinsella
13:30
Presenters: Mark Blyth and Eric Lonergan
14:00
Discussant: Carolina Alves
14:15
Discussant: Anand Menon
14:30
Q&A
15:00
Finish

How to Register: If you would like to attend, please let Gavin Hassall at g.hassall@niesr.ac.uk know, as spaces are limited.

 

22 January 2019

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