Would Policymaker Use of Complexity Analysis Make Economics More Relevant to the Real World?

Thursday 16th NovemberThursday 16th November 2017

12.30pm – 1.45pm, We The Curious (At-Bristol)

Is standard economic forecasting and analysis fit for purpose? Or should economists be adopting methods from complex systems?

This debate pits two leading practitioners against each other. Doyne Farmer is a world-leading authority on agent-based modelling. Catherine L. Mann is in charge of economic forecasting at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which produces some of the most influential economic predictions. The event is Chaired by Romesh Vaitilingam.

This event is hosted by The Institute for Advanced Studies and the University of Bristol’s Centre for Complexity Sciences.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

 

Student ticket discount:

This is the link to the discounted season ticket (access to all paid events for all Bristol Festival of Economics events, except Robert Peston) – £25 (instead of £50 concession):
To purchase individual tickets at the discounted rate of £4.50 (instead of £6.50 concession):
·         On ticket booking page (in Eventbrite) click TICKETS
·         In SELECT TICKETS pop up box, click ENTER PROMOTIONAL CODE top right
·         Enter code: UoBSTUDENT
·         You can now choose 1 concession ticket at the discounted price.
·         This code can be used across all paid Festival of Economics events this year.

 

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