IPPM Seminars and an inaugural lecture

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IPPM Seminars and an inaugural lecture

Postby T. Wood » Tue May 05, 2009 9:11 am

Please see information below of two seminars and an inaugural lecture:

First, a reminder that Chris Giles, Economics Editor of the Financial
Times is presenting the Annual Distinguished Lecture in Economics on 'Bank
of England independence' given the impact of the credit crunch crisis on
UK and world financial markets. All are welcome

16:30 - 18:00, Tuesday 5th May 2009
CBA0.060, Chancellors Building, Keele University

Chris Giles has been the Economics Editor of the Financial Times since
Autumn 2004. He writes on micro and macroeconomic issues affecting the UK
and other leading economies. Previously at the Financial Times, he was the
economics editorial writer. Before joining the FT in 2000, Mr Giles was an
economics correspondent at the BBC. He started his career in research,
spending seven years as an economist for the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Chris Giles is also an elected member of the Royal Economic Society
Council.
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Second, next Wednesday - 13th May: two events

Professor Mihaela Kelemen gives her inaugural lecture.
Management, Uncertainty, Pragmatism: the new triumvirate.
Lecture 6.00pm. Drinks & nibbles - Chancellor's foyer starting from 5.15pm.


The British Academy of Management Special Interest Group on
Interorganisational Relations is meeting at Keele on 13th May, 10.00-15.30
on the use of social network analysis in research into interorganisational
relations (Professor Patrick Kenis, TiasNimbas Business School, Tilburg
University), including managed clinical networks as a particular example
(Professor Graeme Currie and Dr Tina Howell, Nottingham University
Business School and Professor Leroy White, Bristol University, Department
of Management).

Details on iPPM website http://www.keele.ac.uk/research/ppm/

All welcome.
T. Wood
 
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