The Institute for Fiscal Studies Public Talk in partnership with The University of Manchester
Institute for Fiscal Studies Public Talk on Friday 23 March 2018: How should we think about trade in the era of Brexit and “America First”?
What is the value of trade? What effects does it have on inequality and the labour market? And how can we make it work best for everyone in the years to come?
The IFS Public Talk will be given by Peter Levell, Senior Research Economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and Research Investigator as part of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative. Gemma Tetlow, Financial Times, will also be on hand to put your questions to Peter.
This exciting talk, jointly organised with the University of Manchester, will commence from 1.15pm (doors open at 1.00pm) until 2.30pm, with time being given for Q&A during the formal proceedings.
If you would like to attend this free event, please register via our Eventbrite link here https://ifspublictalk-trade.eventbrite.co.uk
(Please note: each individual will require a ticket).
Additional information about the event, including details about how to get to the venue are available from the Eventbrite link, but if you have any further questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Role: Senior Research Economist
Organisation: Institute for Fiscal Studies
Role: Economics Correspondent
Organisation: Financial Times
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