GES Summer School

The School of Economics has run a successful inaugural summer school for members of the Government Economics Service. The summer school, running for three days in July, was well-received by the participants and looks to become a regular fixture in the future.

The summer school was opened with a welcome from the Vice-Chancellor and taught by a number of the School’s high-profile staff, including subjects such as tax and growth, monetary policy, behavioural economics, arms trade and control, environmental valuation and transport policy.

The participants came from a number of different government Schools including Health, HM Treasury, Work and Pensions, Transport, International Development, and Children, Schools and Young People.

To read more about the GES Summer School, click here.