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
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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 olly.parker@fabians.org.uk  but hurry because space is limited and places are given on a first-come first-served basis.