The first Kent Economics Summit – ‘Economics in Today’s World’ – will take place on Saturday 2 March in Templeman Lecture Theatre (11am – 5pm).
This student-led initiative, involving both the Kent Economics Society and Kent Invest will include inspiring talks from:
- Dr Linda Yueh, economist, broadcaster and writer
- Dr James Warren, research economist and School of Economics alumnus
- Iria Camba Florez de Losada, Senior Analyst at Compass Lexecon and School of Economics alumna
The day will also include an entertaining debate on the topic ‘Is Economics Useless?’, featuring Economics lecturers, Drs Alfred Duncan and Amrit Amirapu. Plus there will be a chance to network with speakers and other students over lunch and refreshments.
It promises to be an interesting and fun day – so make sure you book your place here.
The summit is open to all Kent students and is sponsored by the Kent Opportunity Fund.