During the coming next fortnight, I shall be on a lecture tour of Australia and Britain. The first lecture will be delivered on Monday 15th October in Melbourne, at the Greek Community Centre (which will, fittingly, be demolished soon after!). Then, I shall be speaking at two CPA conferences, together with Lord Lamont (formerly Chancellor of the Exchequer) in Melbourne and in Sydney on 16th and 26th October respectively. Between these two I shall address a lunch time meeting at the University of Macquarie, in Sydney. Finally, on 29th October Professor Marcus Miller and myself will speak at the House of Commons (London) on the global economic outlook (in the context of Europe’s troubles). In summary,
Monday 15th October 2012, in Melbourne: Greek Crisis: Why There Is No Such Thing (And How To Escape It), 19.00, 3rd Level – GOCMV Building -Melbourne. Click here for more information
Tuesday 16th October 2012, in Melbourne and Wednesday 24th October in Sydney: Keynote speech at the CPA Conferences– by invitation or professional accreditation only. On both occasions the session will be held between 8.45 and 10.00am and the speakers will be: Rt Hon Lord Norman Lamont, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom , Sandro Momigliano, Head of Public Finance Division, Bank of Italy, Italy, Yanis Varoufakis, Professor, Economic Theory and Director, Department of Political Economy, University of Athens, Greece (Facilitator: Michael Pascoe, Finance and Economic Commentator)
Monday 22 October, in Sydney: Lunchtime address on the global economic crisis, jointly organised by CPA and Macquarie University. By invitation only (see here: Final Invitation)
Monday 29th October, in London: European and Global Recovery: What Will It Take? Featuring Marcus Miller (University of Warwick) and Yanis Varoufakis (Athens and LBJ Graduate School of Public Affairs), The Grand Committee Room, The House of Commons Chairman: The Rt Hon The Lord Hamilton of Epsom. For more information click: European-Atlantic Group, Grand Committee Room, House of Commons.