Ann was invited to address this event of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries held in Edinburgh in 2017. “By mid-afternoon on Wednesday, people were still discussing Ann Pettifor’s brilliant talk and the excitement was building for the HFG drinks party that evening!” For more on this event, follow this link.
Recent and Upcoming Talks
In October, 2017 Ann was invited to address an audience of about 200 at the Imagine 2027 event, held at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
On the 25th September, 2017 Ann Pettifor joined a panel which included Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell, Len McClusky of the UNITE trade union, Theano Fotiou, Syriza’s Alternate Minister of Social Solidarity and Paul Mason, author and broadcaster – to discuss the challenges facing a future Labour government.
Ann was invited to participate in this private discussion hosted by Duncan Weldon of Prospect magazine, at the Labour Party Conference on Monday 25th September The Grand Hotel, Brighton.
On the 13th September, 2017 Ann Pettifor addressed the formal launch of the UK Collaboratorium for Research in Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC), a major UK research programme launched this year, of which Professor Brian Collins is convenor.
Ann Pettifor recently travelled to New Zealand at the invitation of Professor Ian Shirley of The Policy Observatory and Vice Chancellor Derek McCormack at Auckland University of Technology, and also Mike Smith of the New Zealand Fabian Society. She spent 10 days delivering public lectures on economics in Wellington and Auckland. In one of her media interviews Ann spoke to the
Ann Pettifor discussed how Phillip Hammond’s stint at the treasury will differ to Osbornes on Share Radio yesterday, with their regular economics commentator John Weeks. Listen to the full show here.
On the 1st July Ann Pettifor spoke at the FT’s Festival of Finance. Ann gave a presentation on ‘The New Nationalism: the money story’ and discussed nationalism, and Polanyi’s Double Movement. She was joined by a panel made up of Frances Coppola, Tyler Cowen, and Srinivas Thiruvadanthai. The discussion was moderated by John Authers. The full