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Big Tech: Monopoly’s Second Moment? The Evolution and Trajectory of Government Policy and Corporate Strategy

Our next event is themed Big Tech: Monopoly’s Second Moment? The Evolution and Trajectory of Government Policy and Corporate Strategy, cosponsored with the Wilson/Currie Chair in Canadian Business History, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and keynote by The Hon. Dr. Kevin G. Lynch.

Big Tech: Monopoly’s Second Moment? The Evolution and Trajectory of Government Policy and Corporate Strategy2020-09-18T22:49:22-04:00

LRI & CLI Webinar – Precedents in an Unprecedented World: Insights for Pandemic Era Leaders

A panel of business and economics historians, will discus how a long-run perspective helps them think about how Covid-19 will affect business, the financial system, inequality and globalisation.

LRI & CLI Webinar – Precedents in an Unprecedented World: Insights for Pandemic Era Leaders2020-05-25T23:04:23-04:00

Confronting the Productivity Challenge

For 250 years, consistent improvements in productivity have created an engine for economic growth, greater prosperity and better standards of living. Since the Global Financial Crisis, that two-and-a-half century winning streak has stalled: productivity has flat-lined. Productivity – how to generate it and sustain it – constitutes one of the most complex and serious challenges facing contemporary economies. It is also the focus of LRI Roundtable No. 2, to be held on 8 November 2019 at Queen’s University Belfast.

Confronting the Productivity Challenge2019-10-30T16:48:53-04:00

An Economist’s Guide to Economic History

The LRI are delighted to support the launch of the new book, An Economist’s Guide to Economic History, Edited by Dr Matthias Blum and Dr Chris Colvin, colleagues at Queen's University Belfast, and with chapters contributed by LRI Directors, Professor John Turner and Dr Michael Aldous. The book will be formally launched at an event at QUB on the 18th January with a Roundtable Discussion including contributions from Prof. Wendy Carlin, Prof. Nicholas Crafts and Paul Winfree.

An Economist’s Guide to Economic History2019-01-08T15:12:55-05:00

May 2018, Belfast UK, Information Revolutions Roundtable

The theme of the event evolved from numerous discussions amongst the participants around issues of innovation, productivity, and globalization. Phrases such as Industrial or Information Revolution easily set off debates amongst economic and business historians. What are the causal factors? How do they relate to previous revolutions? What are the likely effects in light of previous experience? […]

May 2018, Belfast UK, Information Revolutions Roundtable2018-09-26T19:41:18-04:00
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