Building a strong, inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery from COVID-19

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Building a strong, inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery from COVID-19

Online webinar series 

The Royal Economic Society are hosting a series of webinars this week chaired by Professor Lord Nicholas Stern to examine the challenge of building a strong, inclusive, sustainable and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 crisis. The webinars will focus on strategy, investment, policies and finance for such a recovery, taking careful account of the transition from the rescue phase – which we are now in – to recovery.
Strategy and Investment for a strong and sustainable recovery (1 of 3), 11 May 2020, 1.00pm British Summer Time
Chair: Nick Stern. Speakers: Andy Haldane, Sarah Breeden, John Llewellyn, Gus O’Donnell, Dimitri Zenghelis. View the video recording of this webinar here

Policy for a strong and sustainable recovery (2 of 3), 14 May 2020, 1.00pm British Summer Time
Chair: Nick Stern. Speakers: Tera Allas, Diane Coyle, Stephen Machin, Rain Newton-Smith, Adair Turner,  Andres Velasco. 
Follow the live stream of this webinar by visiting the Royal Economic Society’s YouTube channel here. (Please note that the live stream may become available shortly after the advertised start time and so you may need to refresh the page to follow it.)

 

Finance for a strong and sustainable recovery (3 of 3), 15 May 2020, 1.00pm British Summer Time
Chair: Nick Stern. Speakers: Tim Besley, Stephen Jones, Nick Robins, Iam Simm, Rhian-Mari Thomas.
Follow the live stream of this webinar by visiting the Royal Economic Society’s YouTube channel here. (Please note that the live stream may become available shortly after the advertised start time and so you may need to refresh the page to follow it.)

Advance registration is not required to view the live stream from the Royal Economic Society YouTube channel. The Society aim to release a recording of each webinar within 48 hours.