The Politics and Economics of the Post-Pandemic World Event

The Politics and Economics of the Post-Pandemic World

4th May 2021 from 7-8pm

Zoom: Evening Talk

As we squint at the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, we still have more questions than answers.

What economic and other state policies can help to bring recovery back sooner? How might international relations affect recovery, now that Joe Biden is in the White House? Will this crisis leave Europe and America with an aftermath of inequality and populism, like the 2008 crisis did? What can, and will, countries do to prepare themselves better to deal with future threats? If Britain, like the rest of the world, is "tilting to the Indo-Pacific", what effect might the Indo-Pacific have on us?

To continue the discussion begun on February 2nd, Bill Emmott (1974) will return to debate these and other questions with Paul Goldsmith, Latymer Economics and Politics Teacher.

Free to register with a suggested donation of £10 towards the Upper School Bursaries Appeal.

Every donation is greatly appreciated and will go towards funding bursaries for our talented young people.