Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Public lecture: Is China too big to fail? An Economic and Environmental Perspective

Speaker: Professor Rob Elliott (me), Date: 23rd October, Location: University of Birmingham, cost: free.

I will be giving a public talk for my inaugural lecture at the University of Birmingham tomorrow afternoon at 4.30.

All welcome.  Just sign up by following the link below.  Apologies for the extremely short notice (only just occurred to me to publicise this event more widely).  The lecture title is self explanatory and although a very large topic it has been crammed into a concise one hour event.

The event is jointly hosted with the University of Birmingham China Institute.

'Is China too big to fail? An economic and environmental perspective' 
Speaker: Professor Rob Elliott - Department of Economics

Time: Wednesday 23rd October at 16.30-17.30 followed by a drinks reception

Location: G15, Main Lecture Theatre, Muirhead Tower, University of Birmingham

Places are limited so registration is necessary.

To reserve your place or for further details visit Professor Rob Elliott inaugural lecture
Professor Rob Elliott joined the Department of Economics at the University of Birmingham in September 2003. Having obtained a BA (Economics) and MA (Economics) at the Universities of Leicester and Essex, he studied for a PhD with Professor David Greenaway, Dr. Peter Wright and Robert Hine at the University of Nottingham.

Professor Elliott is currently Director of Education and Director of Admissions and Recruitment.  Prof. Elliott’s main research covers empirical international trade, environmental, development and labour economics under the broad umbrella of "the Economics of Globalisation".

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