Cambridge Conversations: A worldwide economic web: interdependence and recovery in a post-COVID world
Wednesday 29 July 2020, 6.00pm to 6.50pm BST
Cambridge Conversations webinars allow you to listen, connect and engage with current Cambridge thinking, wherever you are.
The rapid spread of a new and life-threatening virus has laid bare our interconnection as societies, and the interdependence of every aspect of the global economy. As countries plunge into recession and unemployment soars, how can we salvage what remains and reshape economic structures for a secure future? Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen J Toope will present a compelling Cambridge Conversation with Professor Diane Coyle of the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, and Dr Mohamed El-Erian, President-Elect of Queens’ College and one of the world’s foremost financial experts. Join us to discuss the current economic crisis and its long-term ramifications for the world.
You can take a look at our previous Cambridge Conversation webinars on YouTube.
There is no booking fee to attend this event
6pm Webinar begins
Q&A facilitated by the Vice-Chancellor
6.50pm Event close
Booking will close on Wednesday 29 July