With rising prices, economic downturn, a higher cost of borrowing and looming fiscal deficits, the cost-of-living and energy crises remain front page news for government, businesses, entrepreneurs and people living in the UK.
How can we make sense of everything that is happening – and what should we expect, looking ahead? We invite you to join a discussion with some of our most distinguished economics faculty on the current and future state of the UK economy.
Professor Andrew Scott, Professor Lucrezia Reichlin, Adjunct Professor Linda Yueh and Professor Paolo Surico will explore the impact of the cost-of-living crisis from a national and global viewpoint. Patricia Cohen, Global Economics Correspondent at The New York Times will moderate the conversation.
The discussion, hosted by London Business School’s Wheeler Institute for Business and Development, will also cover fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, mortgages and debt.