The Economist’s Society is proud to introduce our Nobel Laureates Series of speakers for 2018.
Have you ever wanted to see inside the minds of the best in economics? Hear about Nobel winning research first hand? The Economist’s Society’s exclusive line up of Nobel Laureate speakers is perfect for you.
We’re going all out bringing in huge names such as ROBERT J. SHILLER and JEAN TIROLE so be sure to like and follow our Facebook page to get your tickets fast to these incredible events. These are truly once in a lifetime experiences so be sure to not miss out on your chance to see one of our exceptional Nobel speakers.
Yael Selfin is the chief economist at KPMG UK, with over 20 years of experience in advising both private and public sector clients on the global economic outlook and the subsequent impact on their businesses. Her areas of expertise include private equity, investment management, financial services, and government and public sector.
The Economist’s Society is honoured to present to you a talk by Felix Martin, macroeconomist and fund manager, explaining why economics is such an exciting discipline and its relevance in the past, present and future through the story of the 18th century economist, adventurer, and, briefly, Prime Minister of France, John Law.
The UCL Economics & Finance Society, in collaboration with the Economist's Society, are pleased to announce that Evan Davis will be visiting us at UCL! He will be talking about the economics of information in this post-truth era.
The Economist’s Society is excited to host our next speaker, Dr Ha Joon Chang.
Dr Ha-Joon Chang is a South Korean institutional economist specialising in development economics. He studied at the Seoul National University Department of Economics and also the University of Cambridge, where he is currently a research fellow.
The Economist's Society is delighted to announce our next guest speaker, Ian Shepherdson.
Ian is the founder of global economic research firm Pantheon Macroeconomics. Pantheon publishes daily independent economic intelligence aimed at financial market professionals, advising some of the countries largest investment managers.
‘Uncertainty and Economics’ – has modern economic theory forgotten its roots?
Between the first and second world wars, Keynes and the Chicago economist Frank Knight emphasised the distinction between risk - which you could quantify with probabilities - and uncertainty - which you could not.