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    Distinguished Lecture Series: Professor Steve Keen

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    START DATE 19 April 2016
    START TIME 05:30pm
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    C219, Executive Boardroom, College Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London NW4 4BT

    END DATE 19 April 2016
    END TIME 08:00pm

    Professor Steve Keen on the Great Recession: Money, Banking and Diverse Reflections on the Future of Economics as part of Middlesex University Business School's Distinguished Lecture Series

    Middlesex University Business School hosts the first of this years Distinguished Lecture Series where Professor Steve Keen, Head of School of Economics, Politics and History at Kingston University London will be explaining how he so accurately predicted the Great Recession and what he thinks it will mean for the future of money, banking and economics.

    Steve will be joined by a panel that will include Steve Baker MP, Member of the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee; Ben Dyson, Head of Research, Positive Money, and Detlev Schlichter, author, Paper Money Collapse: The Folly of Elastic Money and the Coming Monetary Breakdown.

    The evening is a great opportunity to not only engage with a topic that is highly relevant to us all but to also network with members of the Business School and professionals from a diverse range of sectors. A range of nibbles and drinks will be provided.

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