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Guest Lecture - David Smith Economics Editor of the Sunday Times

Location
Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre, Medical School, University of Birmingham
Category
Alumni, Social Sciences, Students, Teaching
Dates
Tuesday 29th January 2013 (17:00-18:00)

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of this event, the lecture will now be taking place in the Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre at the University of Birmingham's Medical School. Directions below.

David Smith (Economics Editor of the Sunday Times)

‘An age of instability: The crisis and the changing shape of the world economy’

The Department of Economics will be welcoming David Smith to the University to give a guest lecture on 'An Age of instability: The crisis and the changing shape of the world economy'.

5pm - 6pm followed by a drinks reception - All are welcome.

David Smith started as an Economic Report Writer for Lloyds Bank, before moving to a forecasting role at the Henley Centre. He then became an Economics/Business Writer for Now! magazine, Economics/Deputy Editor for Financial Weekly before moving to News International and becoming Economics Correspondent of The Times in 1984. In 1989, he moved to sister publication The Sunday Times as Economics Editor and has since expanded his role to be a Policy Advisor and Assistant Editor. He also runs his own website - EconomicsUK.com - delivering economic commentary in blog style.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of this event, the lecture will now be taking place in the Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre at the University of Birmingham's Medical School.

Please visit our map for directions; the Medical School is B1, found amongst the blue cluster of buildings on the map. For further directions, please do not hesitate to contact David Duell (D.C.Duell@bham.ac.uk)

Due to the overwhelming popularity of this event, registration is now closed.

Please contact David Duell for further enquiries D.C.Duell@bham.ac.uk - 0121 4146657

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