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Meetings

The latest meeting of EconomistsAgainstAusterity will take place at 7pm to 9pm on Tuesday 19 November, at the House of Commons, Portcullis House, The Wilson Room.

The meeting will discuss the growth of creative and cultural industries and whether the government should be investing in them

The discussion will be led by Alan Freeman, London Metropolitan University Business School, Visiting Professor

To attend this or future meetings, EAA can be contacted at:

EconomistsAgainstAusterity@gmail.com

 

 

 

The second meeting of EconomistsAgainstAusterity will take place at 6.30pm on Tuesday 18 June, at the House of Commons, Portcullis House, The Grimond Room.

The second meeting will discuss the topical issue of ‘what to do with the banks’, after the enormous sums spent baling them out, and their continued inability or unwillingness to contribute to a meaningful economic recovery.

Professors Victoria Chick and John weeks will lead the discussion and it will be chaired by Andrew Simms.

To attend this or future meetings, EAA can be contacted at:

EconomistsAgainstAusterity@gmail.com

posted: 3 June 2013

The inaugural meeting of EconomistsAgainstAusterity will take place at 6.30pm on Wednesday 15 May, at the House of Commons Committee Room 6.

The first meeting will discuss the topical issue of ‘welfare’, with social protection entitlements coming under attack as part of the austerity offensive.

Fran Bennett and Howard Reed will lead the dicussion, including how social protection is comprised, its relationship to the economy the alternatives to austerity.

To attend this or future meetings, EAA can be contacted at:

EconomistsAgainstAusterity@gmail.com