Posts Tagged ‘speeches

I am delighted to be speaking at two sessions at this year’s Battle of Ideas festival in London on the weekend of 13-14 October. At 10am on Sunday 14th I will be talking about big business in the developing world. Then at 12 noon there will be session on 10 years after the financial crisis. […]

My introduction to last week’s Academy of Ideas Economy Forum discussion on the backlash against Silicon Valley is now available to listen to on the event’s webpage.

On 26 March the Academy of Ideas (formerly the Institute of Ideas) distributed a podcast version of last year’s Battle of Ideas debate on “Silicon Valley from Heroes to Zeroes” in which I was panellist. The session explored the backlash against Silicon Valley in the policy and public debates. A lot has happened in this […]

I will be introducing a discussion on the backlash against Silicon Valley at the Academy of Ideas Economy Forum in London on the evening of Tuesday 13 February. More details can be found here. NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE.

A reminder that I will be debating “Silicon Valley: from heroes to zeroes” at the Battle of Ideas in London next weekend. Do come along to the whole event.

A reminder that I’ll be talking on “Who really runs the UK?” in Shoreditch this coming Tuesday evening. Hope you can come along.

I will be speaking on Silicon Valley from Heroes to Zeroes on the second day of the weekend Battle of Ideas festival in London on  28-29 October. Come along to the whole event if you can.

I will be doing a talk on “Who Runs the UK?” on the evening of Tuesday 26 September in London. More details to follow before too long.

I will be introducing a discussion of behavioural economics at the Institute of Ideas Economy Forum in London this coming Thursday evening. Do come along if you can. The discussion will range far wider than what is normally conceived of as economics. Details can be found HERE.

I will be talking on the “great inequality debate” at 7pm at Cafe Mainstein in Berlin this coming Saturday. The discussion is in English and entrance is free.