Saturday, 17 January 2009

Lectures at LSE

  1. Designing Policies for Growth
    Date: Monday 19 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
    Speaker: Professor Philippe Aghion

  2. Regulating doctors and the custody of virtue
    Date: Tuesday 20 January 2009 1.00pm
    Location: H615 (CARR seminar room), Connaught House
    Speakers: Professor Mary Dixon-Woods; Chair: Professor Sally Lloyd-Bostock

  3. All That It Was... All That It Is
    Date: Tuesday 20 January 2009 1.05pm
    Location: Shaw Library, Old Building
    Speaker: Andrew Jackson

  4. Designing Policies for Growth
    Date: Tuesday 20 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
    Speaker: Professor Philippe Aghion

  5. World War Two: behind closed doors
    Date: Tuesday 20 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Speaker: Laurence Rees

  6. Thinking Like a Social Scientist: a lecture by Professor Robin Mansell
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 1.05pm
    Location: U8, Tower 1
    Speaker: Professor Robin Mansell

  7. How is China Powered for its Economic Growth – can we learn any lessons from it?
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 4.00pm
    Location: D302, Clement House
    Speaker: Dr Guy S. Liu

  8. The Islamic Republic of Iran and the GCC States: Thirty Years of Revolution and Realpolitik
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 4.30pm
    Location: S78, St Clements Building
    Speaker: Dr Stephanie Cronin

  9. Oral Epic and the Idea of National Literatures in Europe: Hasanaginica, Herder and Vico
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 6.00pm
    Location: Room 1.15, New Academic Building
    Speaker: Professor Joep Leerssen

  10. The Incompatibility of Science and Religion
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: U8, Tower 1
    Speaker: Professor John Worrall

  11. Georgia: has Europe let Russia off the hook?
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Speaker: Professor Salome Zourabichvili, Sabine Freizer

  12. The Reality of Hope: Obama and Europe after the Election
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
    Speakers: Robert Kagan, Charles Grant, Robin Niblett; Chair: Professor Mick Cox

  13. Designing Policies for Growth
    Date: Wednesday 21 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
    Speaker: Professor Philippe Aghion

  14. Translating an organizational form: The case of Indymedia
    Date: Thursday 22 January 2009 12.30pm
    Location: New Academic Building 1.18
    Speaker: Professor Andre Spicer, Chair: Professor Jude Howell

  15. Alexandra Dariescu (piano)
    Date: Thursday 22 January 2009 1.05pm
    Location: Shaw Library, Old Building

  16. The Great Transformation: how China changed in the long 1970s
    Date: Thursday 22 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
    Speaker: Professor Chen Jian

  17. Liberal Fascism: the uses and abuses of the F-word
    Date: Tuesday 27 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Speaker: Jonah Goldberg

  18. The Shifting Distribution of World Economic Activity: China and global imbalance
    Date: Tuesday 27 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
    Speaker: Professor Danny Quah

  19. China and the Rule of Law: no quick fix
    Date: Wednesday 28 January 2009 2.00pm
    Location: D202, Clement House
    Speaker: Katie Lee

  20. Bad Science
    Date: Wednesday 28 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
    Speaker: Dr Ben Goldacre

  21. Is Global Democracy Possible?
    Date: Wednesday 28 January 2009 6.30pm
    Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
    Speaker: Professor Daniele Archibugi, Professor Michael Cox, George Monbiot

  22. Adrian Ward (tenor), Simon Lepper (piano)
    Date: Thursday 29 January 2009 1.05pm
    Location: Shaw Library, Old Building

  23. China 2009: the critical year of China’s economy
    Date: Saturday 31 January 2009 9.15am
    Location: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Speaker: Dr. Kerry Brown, Dr. Kent Deng, Professor Paul Herrling, Professor Athar Hussain, Professor Zhang Jun, Professor Peter Nolan, Daniel Pearson, Professor Danny Quah, Dr. Paul Sheng, Gabriel Stein, Professor Wang Yiming and Professor Arne Westad

2 comments:

  1. So...we will go to all of these right???EF will organise it again right???And we just have to pay lunch,is it?

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  2. Last time 8 people were 'definitely' going to go and after alot of organisation, on the day of the trip they 'suddenly' changed their minds. Instead they were going to Oxford and 'suddenly' changed their minds which was all hopeless.

    Therefore how do you suggest I convince EF that people will actually go?

    If you can suggest that then we can visit a lot of lectures - we have a lot of time...

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