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

16 November 2017, 12.30 PM - 16 November 2017, 1.45 PM

Doyne Farmer and Catherine Mann, chaired by Romesh Vaitilingam

At-Bristol, Anchor Rd, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5DB

The Institute for Advanced Studies and the University of Bristol's Centre for Complexity Sciences will host a debate entitled: Would Policymaker Use of Complexity Analysis Make Economics More Relevant to the Real World?

The speakers are IAS Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor Dr Catherine L. Mann, Chief Economist of OECD and Professor Doyne Farmer of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Oxford Martin School and Oxford University. The event will be chaired by Romesh Vaitilingam of the London School of Economics. 

This event will form part of the Bristol Festival of Economics, itself part of the Bristol Festival of Ideas.

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