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Simon Wren-Lewis delivers the New Statesman/SPERI Prize lecture

The winner of the 2016 New Statesman/SPERI Prize for Political Economy is Professor Simon Wren-Lewis. Yesterday evening Professor Wren-Lewis delivered his prize lecture to an audience at the Emmanuel Centre in Westminster on “What Brexit and austerity tell us about economics, policy and the media”. The biennial prize is jointly run by the New Statesman and the Sheffield Political Economy … Continue reading

23 November 2016 by
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Trump, Brexit and neoliberalism

To understand the twin electoral disasters of 2016 we need to consider the central role played by austerity and the media Simon Wren-Lewis is the winner of the 2016 New Statesman/SPERI Prize for Political Economy. Tonight he will deliver his Prize Lecture to a sold-out audience in London. How do we explain the two great Anglo-Saxon electoral disasters of 2016: … Continue reading

22 November 2016 by
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New Statesman/SPERI Prize Lecture with Professor Simon Wren-Lewis – Ticket registration open

Following the announcement of Professor Simon Wren-Lewis winning the 2016 New Statesman/SPERI Prize for Political Economy, we are pleased to invite you to his Prize lecture entitled “What Brexit and austerity tell us about economics, policy and the media“. The lecture will be held at the Emmanuel Centre in London and hosted by Beth Rigby, Senior Political Correspondent at Sky News. Tickets are free … Continue reading

10 October 2016 by
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