Things tagged 'economy'
The current model of economic growth generated unprecedented increases in human wealth and prosperity during the 19th and 20th centuries. [...]
The Bank of England have published the programme from their April interdisciplinary workshop which was on the role of uncertainty in central bank policy. This features Cameron’s paper, ‘Less precision, more truth: uncertainty in climate economics and macroprudential policy’ which he wrote with Doyne Farmer. You can view the Bank of England complete workshop programme […]
Cameron presented a seminar on Wealth at the second ‘Government Economic Service at 50’ Seminar Day at HM Treasury on Friday 18th July. The day consisted of 4 sessions attended by over 200 government economists on the topics of Wealth, Tax Structure and Economic Growth, Pro Bono Economics and finally Science, Innovation and the Economy. Below is […]