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Greening the Economy

Greening the Economy
Date and time
27 May 2021 (9:00am - 10:30am)
Location
To be announced.
Price
To be announced.
Book now

At our next online event, a panel of experts will be discussing how to make our economy greener. 

The event, taking place on Thursday 27 May from 9.00am-10.30am, will be hosted by Professor Alex de Ruyter, Director at the Centre for Brexit Studies, followed by Q&A from the audience. The online virtual event is FREE to attend, but online registration is required. 

It is no secret that the economy is in need of becoming greener and more efficient, but what does this actually mean and how can we go about doing so? This event will bring together different researchers and professionals to discuss a greener economy.  

Share your thoughts on social media with the hashtag: #CBSGreeningTheEconomy 

Panel members include:  

Hosted by Professor Alex De Ruyter- Director at the Centre for Brexit Studies.  

Professor David Bailey- Senior Fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe, Professor of Business Economics at Birmingham Business School and Visiting Professor at the Centre for Brexit Studies  

Beverley Nielsen- Associate Professor at the Institute for Design & Economic Acceleration, IDEA, and Senior Fellow at the Centre for Brexit Studies, Birmingham City University. She is co-editing a book on the Green Economy with Dr Steve McCabe which will shortly be published by Bite-Sized books, and has previously co-edited English Regions After Brexit and Brexit Negotiations After Article 50 as well as co-authoring Redesigning Manufacturing.  

Vicky Pryce- Visiting Professor, BCU and board member, CEBR 

The event is taking place on Zoom. Simply select 'Join Now', at 9.00 am on Thursday 27 May.