Keynes vs Hayek: Nicholas Wapshott on the the clash that defined modern economics

Committee Room 20, The House of Commons

Event starts:

Please note a change of venue: We will now be meeting at the Conference Chamber, Broadway House, Tothill Street, London SW1H 9NQ (click here for a map), due to an emergency committee being called in the House of Commons.

The new venue is a 5-10minute away from the Commons so this shouldn’t affect your journey too much. However please be aware St. James Park is a closer tube station.

Please be in the venue from 6:30 to ensure a prompt start.



Come and join the Fabian Society as we debate the clash that defined modern economic thinking.

Note: Entry is free but restricted to member’s only. You can join the Fabian Society here

Monday, September 10th, 18:30-20:00

Committee Room 20, House of Commons, London

Please use St. Stephen’s entrance and ask for directions to the Committee corridoor.

Please allow an additional 15minutes to pass through security

We’re proud to host a lecture by Nicholas Wapshott, author of ‘Keynes vs Hayek: The clash that defined modern economics, for an exclusive lecture and Q&A session chaired by Seema Malhotra MP.

Alongside his work as an author, Nicholas is an analyst on US politics contributing regularly to the New Statesman and often appearing as a guest on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News.

The session will take place in the Houses of Parliament in Westminster and entry is free but you must be a member of the Fabian Society to attend.

To secure your place all you need to do is RSVP to [email protected]  but hurry because space is limited and places are given on a first-come first-served basis.