OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy
OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy OXONIA - The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy Programs Events Press
OXONIA Home
The Institute
Who We Are
Our Partners
Get Involved
Subscribe
Links
Contact Us
Welcome to OXONIA
About Oxonia

OXONIA  the Web 

Click here for Subscription Form!
Events

OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Event in
Hilary Term 2013

 

Lessons for Now from the 1920s and the 1930s

By David Vines (OXONIA and Oxford University)

 

 

David Vines
Chair: Max Watson (Oxford University)

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

Time: 5:00 pm

 

Bio

David Vines is Professor of Economics in the Economics Department, Oxford University, and a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford as well as Director of the Centre for International Macroeconomics at Oxford’s Economics Department. Formerly a Houblon-Norman Senior Fellow at the Bank of England, he has advised a number of international organisations and governmental bodies. He has published numerous scholarly articles and several books, most recently The Asian Financial Crisis: Causes, Contagion and Consequences: Causes, Contagion and Consequences, with Pierre-Richard Agénor, Marcus Miller, and Axel Weber.

 

The Institute Who We Are Our Partners Get Involved Subscribe Links Contact Us
© 2004 The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy