Programme

Below is the current draft of the programme for 10 and 11 September 2014. As well as the speakers in the plenaries we have an excellent set of breakout sessions:

Democratising investment and pensions – David Clarke, ShareAction

The use of economics in the referendum debate – Prof Robert McMaster, Glasgow University

Understanding runaway consumption – and how it can be stopped – Brendan Sheehan, Leeds Met University

The Four Footprints and the Circular Economy – Julian Kirby, Friends of the Earth, and Phoebe Cochrane, Scottish Environment LINK

Controlling money creation – Ben Dyson, Positive Money

Governing ‘new’ infrastructure funding and finance – Prof Andy Pike and Dr Peter O’Brien, Newcastle University,

The economic foundations of Latin America as a continent of hope – Dr Francisco Dominguez, Middlesex University

Beyond carbon pricing – the role of banking and monetary policy in financing the transition– Emanuele Campiglio, London School of Economics