Free public talk by Will Hutton
Starts: 18 May 2011
Will Hutton to speak on the Crisis and the Fair Society at Cardiff
On 18th May 2011 the highly distinguished economics commentator Will Hutton will deliver a free public lecture hosted collaboratively by the School of History, Archaeology and Religion and Cardiff Business School as part of the Keynes seminar series and the Cardiff Business School Lecture Series 2010-11.The talk has been rescheduled from the earlier date of 16 March 2011.
Will Hutton is executive vice chair of The Work Foundation. He has worked both on radio and on TV and spent four years as editor-in-chief of the Observer.
Will’s best-known book is probably The State We’re In (1995), seen at the time as setting the scene for the Blair revolution. He is currently working on Them and Us – a timely examination of fairness and due dessert in the current economic climate. Most recently, he has been asked by the Prime Minister to chair the Public Sector Fair Pay Review.
Will Hutton’s experience and his writing and broadcasting all mean that his talk will directly address the key issues currently faced by the U.K.
All are welcome, to book a seat please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Date: 18th May 2011
- Time: 5.45pm (drinks), 6.30pm talk
- Location: Julian Hodge Lecture Theatre, Julian Hodge Building, Colum Drive, Cardiff. Visit the locations & maps page for further details.
Keynes seminar series
The Keynes seminar series, named after the great economist John Maynard Keynes, has consistently explored themes and issues in recent British political and economic history. Speakers have addressed the problems which preoccupied Keynes himself, notably the ability of modern democratic society to deliver high levels of employment, social security and a more equal distribution of wealth to its citizens.
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