I am heading to London to make final preparations for the 10th Anniversary Economics Teacher National Conference at the British Library Conference Auditorium. We have a large gathering of over 150 teachers and I am looking forward to meeting as many of the delegates as I can for a day that is built around four key-note speakers - here are the timings and details and travel directions and travel news links for those making the journey. Last minute bookings: https://tutor2u.wufoo.com/forms/economics-teacher-national-conf-2012-booking-form/

Morning refreshments available from 0915

1010: Conference Introduction: Geoff Riley

1020: Jim O’Neill (Goldman Sachs) – Growth Markets – Looking beyond the BRICs
1110: Phillip Coggan (The Economist and the FT) – Paper Promises – Money, Debt and the New World Order

1200: Coffee
12.20: Jonathan Portes (Director of the NIESR) – The Health of the UK Economy – Policies for Growth and Renewal

1315: Lunch – provided by Peyton & Byrne
1410: Dambisa Moyo: Winner Take All – The Battle for the World’s Resources

1500: Informal Drinks Reception for those who would like to stay

How to get to the Library: Click here

Central London - BBC Travel News: Click here

 

 

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