In addition to the usual fantastic line up of keynote speakers, the RES Conference Programme Committee has for 2021 created an innovative new feature – three lunchtime chats. These informal conversations will cover a variety of relevant topics.
We kick off on 12 April with Lord Mervyn King in conversation with Rachel Glennerster of the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office on The state of the UK economy. Sir Angus Deaton will deliver The last Letter from America with Professor Tim Besley (13 April). Jean Tirole will explore The state of economic science with Diane Coyle (14 April). These promise to be fascinating sessions. Registration for conference is now open.
Our normal ticket prices have been reduced for this virtual conference, with RES members paying only £60 for the full event (a discount of over 50% on the full price). If you are not already a member of the RES, now might be the time to renew or join.
The virtual conference platform will be available two weeks before the conference for you to create your own profile and build your bespoke agenda. Book your ticket now to make the most of the RES Conference 2021.