The Linacre Banking Seminars took place from 14 Oct to 9 Dec 2016. More seminar series and other educational events are being planned.
Organised in association with the Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development, University of Southampton, and Linacre College, University of Oxford
The new Linacre Banking Seminars commenced with the theme Banking and Sustainability in Michaelmas Term 2016.
|Fri, 14 Oct. 2016||Richard Werner
Chair in International Banking, University of Southampton
|Do banks create money out of nothing? The theories & the evidence|
|Fri, 21 Oct. 2016||Eoin Murray, Chief Investment Officer, Hermes Investment Management||Can finance contribute to environmental sustainability?|
|Thu, 27 Oct.||Sir Vince Cable, former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills||What's wrong with UK banking?|
|Fri, 4 Nov.||Richard Werner||Banking and law: Is Banking legal?|
|Thu, 10 Nov.||Richard Werner||Banking, ethics and sustainability|
|Fri, 18 Nov.||Gaston Reinesch, Governor of the Central Bank of Luxembourg||Monetary policy in theory and practice|
|Fri, 25 Nov.||Richard Werner||Banking & development: Washington Consensus vs. sustainable growth|
|Fri, 2 Dec.||Baron Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, former Minister of the Economy & Defense, Germany||From the Medici to Bitcoin: The past and future of correspondent banking|
|Fri, 9 Dec.||Richard Werner||Economics as if banks, people & resource contraints mattered|
See also the seminars schedule as PDF.
Venue: Tanner Room, Linacre College, St. Cross Road, Oxford OX1 3JA