The Festival of Economics is back for the third year running, programmed by Diane Coyle (University of Cambridge and Enlightenment Economics)! The festival facilitates a lively and important discussion about our economic future and some of the big trends, such employee ownership or how we pay for social care.
The festival believe that the financial system and our economies are inherently linked to the natural environment and the health of our society. Their stability and success is dependent upon them. It is therefore time we promote more alternative thinking as we can no longer measure success purely in terms of growth when our resources are finite – and we can work harder to create a global economy that works better for people and planet.
The festival is for all ages and backgrounds and takes place on the 19th-22nd November 2019.
Check out the 2019 brochure here.