I have spoken at numerous events and venues including the Battle of Ideas, the British Library, the Centre for Independent Studies (in Sydney), the Edinburgh Book Festival, the Great Debate (Newcastle), the Hellenic American Union in Athens, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the London School of Economics, the New York Salon, Oxford University, Plymouth University, Programmkino Tilsiter Lichtspielethe in Berlin, the RSA, the School of Oriental and African Studies, Thought Broker (Sydney) and the University of Westminster. If you want me to speak at one of your events email ferraris AT danielbenami.com.
None at present.
Trade or Aid? Battle of Ideas satellite event. Oslo, Norway. 7 November 2013.
Pathologising Israel Battle of Ideas festival. London. 20 October 2013.
Who’s afraid of inequality? Brighton Salon event. Tuesday 28 May 2013.
The problems with inequality. Debate with Danny Dorling and one Martin O’Neill at the Leeds Salon. Wednesday 22 May 2013.
Has capitalism failed? Debate at Queen Mary University. Tuesday 20 November 2012.
I spoke at two sessions at the Battle of Ideas festival in London on the weekend of 20-21 October. The first looked at the discussion of austerity with Dan Atkinson of the Mail on Sunday, David Smith of the Sunday Times and Philippe Legrain also on the panel (available to watch here). Immediately after that there was a session on poverty (available to watch here ) including Brian Hill, a film director, and Jonathan Portes of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
Europe’s Existential Funk. Event organised by the Centre for Independent Studies.Monday 12 March 2012 at the Macquarie Bank Auditorium, Sydney, Australia. You can watch an introductory video to the event here and the full event here.
Public lecture on the myth of sustainability at Plymouth University. 29 February 2012.
Is Greece ready for happiness? Battle of Ideas satellite event in Athens. Tuesday 25 October 2011.
The great population debate. Battle of Ideas satellite event in Berlin. Wednesday 12 October 2011.
Manchester debate on “Prosperity without growth: myth or must?”. Organised by the Challenging Orthodoxies society of the University of Manchester Students’ Union. Tuesday 15 February 2011.
East Midlands Salon event in Nottingham on 23 November 2010.
Manchester Salon debate on 24 November 2010.
Leeds Salon debate on 15 November 2010.
Debate on recession with Oliver James and Chris Talbot. Queen’s College, Oxford University. Organised by Oxford University Current Affairs Society. 3 November 2010.
Capitalism after the crash. Discussion at the ICA in London. 28 October 2010.
Debate with Jonathon Porritt, one of Britain’s leading environmentalists, on economic growth on 19 October 2010 at Northumbria University. The event was organised by the Great Debate. Watch the video here.
Debate on the future of London’s financial centre on 4 October 2010 at the British Library in London. Luke Johnson (entrepreneur), Billy Bragg (musician and activist). John Micklethwait (the editor-in-chief of the Economist) and Richard Layard (emeritus professor at the London School of Economics) were also on the panel. Paul Mason of the BBC Newsnight programme chaired. An audio recording is available here . A video of the summing up of the debate (with me last) is available to watch here.
I spoke about Ferraris for All at a dinner and drinks event organised by the New York Salon on the evening of 15 September 2010.
Debate on the “limits to growth” Sunday 22 August 2010 in Newcastle. It was part of a three day conference organised by the Great Debate. To watch the session click here. A video of me talking after the event is available here.
Discussion of Ferraris for All at the Institute of Ideas’ Emerging Economies Forum on 25 July 2010. For details see here.
The London book launch was on 14 July 2010 (which also happened to be Bastille Day).
Rethinking global inequality. Introduction to a public seminar at the University of Westminster on 15 April 2010. Click here to listen.
Rein in the greedy bankers? Session at the Battle for the Economy. 16 May 2009.
Growing pains: the pros and cons of economic dynamism. Session at the Battle of Ideas (London) including Martin Wolf, Paul Mason and Ha-Joon Chang. 1 November 2008.
Choking on growth – from Yellow Peril to Green Menace! Session at the Battle for China. 12 July 2008.
Is China the new ‘green peril’? Seminar at LSESU China Development Society. 5 March 2008.
Happiness. Lunchtime discussion at the RSA including Paul Ormerod and David Willets MP. 6 December 2007.
Is there a new working class? Discussion at the Institute of Contemporary Art. 20 November 2007.
Trade, aid or development? Discussion at the Battle of Ideas. 28 October 2007.