Thu, 27 Oct | Eastern Avenue Auditorium

Sheila Dow: Policy in the wake of the banking crisis

2011 E.L. ‘Ted’ Wheelwright Memorial Lecture This year’s prestigious public lecture at the University of Sydney will be presented by Professor SHEILA DOW, the renowned post-Keynesian economist from Stirling University in Scotland. She will be coming to Australia specifically for this purpose.
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Sheila Dow: Policy in the wake of the banking crisis

Time & Location

27 Oct 2011, 8:00 pm
Eastern Avenue Auditorium, Camperdown NSW 2006, Australia

About the Event

2011 E.L. ‘Ted’ Wheelwright Memorial Lecture 

This year’s prestigious public lecture at the University of Sydney will be presented by Professor SHEILA DOW, the renowned post-Keynesian economist from Stirling University in Scotland. She will be coming to Australia specifically for this purpose.

Her topic is: POLICY IN THE WAKE OF THE BANKING CRISIS: TAKING PLURALISM SERIOUSLY.

Entry to this event is free and advance booking is not required.

On the following day (Friday, 28 October 2011) Professor Dow will also be a participant in a forum on

What are banks and bank regulation for?

Other panelists with Professor Dow will include:

Professor Dick Bryan [University of Sydney], Dr Peter Docherty [University of Technology Sydney],  Peter Kell [Deputy Chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission] and a representative of the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority

The panel will discuss the role and design of banking regulation in the wake of the global financial crisis, the nature and purpose of money and banks.

When: 10.30 am – 12.30 pm, Friday 28 October

Where:Darlington Centre, The University of Sydney.

RSVP by Friday 14 October is essential if you wish to attend this forum.

Please email: lynne.chester@sydney.edu.au or michael.beggs@sydney.edu.au

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