History of Monetary Thought through the eyes of the Classics
Event Date : 16 Jul, 2019 - 01 Aug, 2019
The Institute of International Monetary Research IIMR is delighted to announce a series of four lectures on money, banking and central banking by our colleague, Professor Pedro Schwartz (IEA and IIMR fellow), in collaboration with the Vinson Centre for Liberal Economics and Entrepreneurship: History of Monetary Thought through the eyes of the Classics.
History of Monetary Thought through the eyes of the Classics Details
- Venue :
- Vinson Centre, University of Buckingham. Hunter street campus. Buckingham, MK18 1EG
- City :
- Country :
- United Kingdom
- Organiser :
- Name: Dr Juan Castaneda, Email: email@example.com, Institution: Institute of International Monetary Research
The lectures will take place during the summer term (16, 17 and 31 July, and 1 August, 17:15 – 18:30 at the University of Buckingham). A copy of the programme can be found here.
The nature of the topics to be covered in the lecture series is very much interdisciplinary. One the main aims of the IIMR is to show the need to incorporate historical and institutional analysis in the understanding of money and banking, as well as the decisions made by central banks nowadays.
We are delighted and very privileged to have an excellent speaker to address these topics; as detailed in his biography, Professor Schwartz has a very comprehensive background in Economics and Humanities and vast experience in the teaching of these topics in several universities; he also has experience in policy-making as a former staff member of a national central bank and a former advisor to the ECON Committee of the European Parliament, among other institutions.
Those interested in attending the lectures should please contact Gail Grimston. We look forward to welcoming you to the IIMR and the Vinson Centre at the University of Buckingham very soon.
Dr Juan Castaneda
Institute of International Monetary Research
University of Buckingham
Hunter Street Campus
Tel: 00 44 (0)1280827548