Conference 2017

"Means or an end? Perspectives on Economic Growth"

Growth is the goal of almost any economic model; achieving it, maintaining it, expanding it – the center piece of various analytical approaches. In the 2017 edition of the Glasgow Economic Forum we will look at the effective role of growth in the economy. The first day will mainly focus on strategies for achieving growth from a historical and theoretical perspective. The second day will be dedicated to a variety of interdisciplinary methods of dealing with consequences of growth.

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Speakers


    Leszek Balcerowicz

    Professor of Economics at Warsaw School of Economics

      Frank Conway

      Creator of the Podcast Economics Rockstar

        Nicholas Crafts

        Economics Professor at University of Warwick

          Jörg Guido Hülsmann

          Professor of Economics at University of Angers

            Duncan McCann

            Research Fellow at City, University of London

              Aninna Kaltenbrunner

              Lecturer of Economics of Globalisation & International Economy Lecturer at Leeds University

                Dan O’Neill

                Lecturer of Environmental and Ecological Economics at the University of Leeds

                  Alberto Paloni

                  Professor of Economics at University of Glasgow

                    Shaun Reidy

                    Inclusive Growth Policy Analyst at OECD

                      Duncan Ross

                      Senior Lecturer of Economics & Social History at University of Glasgow

                        Anwar Shaikh

                        Professor of Economics at New School for Social Research

                          Guy Standing

                          Professorial Research Associate at SOAS

                            John Turner

                            Professor of Finance and Financial History at Queen's University Belfast

                              Elisa Van Waeyenberge

                              Lecturer of Economics and Research Tutor at SOAS University

                                John Weeks

                                Professor Emeritus of Economics at SOAS