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The Future of Economics and Public Policy

last modified Jan 24, 2015 09:51 AM
A lecture and discussion with Dr Ha-Joon Chang and panel for Cambridge Public Policy Strategic Research Initiative.


Discussion panel members:

 

Lord Richard Wilson, former Cabinet Secretary (chair)

Professor Coen Teulings, University of Cambridge

Professor Margaret Stevens, University of Oxford

Stephen Aldridge, Chief Economist, Department for Communities and Local Government

Paul Crawford, Chief Economist, Department of Culture, Media and Sport

 

Professor Simon Deakin, co-chair of the Cambridge Public Policy Strategic Research Initiative introduced Dr Ha-Joon’s lecture.


 

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