SOAS University of London

Department of Economics

Breaking Up? A Route Out of the Eurozone Crisis

THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Costas Lapavitsas

Date: 9 December 2011Time: 6:30 PM

Finishes: 9 December 2011Time: 8:30 PM

Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

Type of Event: Panel Discussion

Join us for a timely and urgently needed discussion over the future of the eurozone, the possibility of exit, and what it will all mean for the people of Europe.  Bringing together leading economists, political scientists and financial journalists, the discussion will play a critical role in setting the terms of the debate for the tumultuous period that lies ahead.

The Panel Includes:
  • Costas Lapavitsas professor, department of economics, SOAS, and lead author of a series of groundbreaking reports on the eurozone crisis from the Research on Money and Finance network.
  • George Irvin professor, department of development studies, SOAS, and author of 'Super Rich: the Growth of Inequality in Britain and the United States'.
  • Paul Mason BBC economics editor and author of 'Meltdown: the End of the Age of Greed'.
  • Stathis Kouvelakis reader in political theory, King's College London

The panel will be chaired by Seumas Milne, associate editor, The Guardian

The podcast can be viewed below:

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Breaking Up? A Route Out of the Eurozone Crisis

 

 

Read the full report: www.researchonmoneyandfinance.org/

Organiser: Costas Lapavitsas