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Monday 6th July 4.30-6pm, followed by an informal reception32L 1.04 1st Floor Conference Room, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields WC2A 3PHChair: Professor Anne PowerSpeakers: David Robinson, Changing London; Tony Travers, LSE LondonSummary:CASE are delighted to invite you to the launch of a new book Changing London, a rough guide for the next Mayor, which captures the radical but practical ideas of the people of London with a pioneering and collaborative approach to politics. Author David Robinson will present and discuss the main themes that came out of hundreds of suggestions from Londoners on how their city should look, plus experiences learnt from cities around the world. Tony Travers will respond to the proposals and speak about the coming mayoral election. The book brings together these ideas under five big visions for London:
Booking information:The event is free but booking is essential. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited so please reply as soon as possible. For more information contact Cheryl Conner at LSE (email@example.com). If you are not able to attend but would like more details of the book please let us know.The book can be ordered direct from the publishers: the paperback is £9.99 including free P&P; and the ebook is £4.50.
News Posted: 06 July 2015 [Back to the Top]
Thursday 21st May 2015, 6:30- 8pm
Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
Speaker: Professor Sendhil Mullainathan
Why does poverty persist? Why do successful people get things done at the last minute? A single psychology--the psychology of scarcity--connects these seemingly unconnected questions. The research in our book shows how scarcity creates its own mindset. Understanding this mindset sheds light on our personal problems as well as the broader social problem of poverty and what we can do about it.
After the success of last year's Sticerd Morishima Lecture presented by Thomas Piketty, we are proud to annnounce the next public lecture will be presented by Sendhil Mullainathan on May 21st at the LSE. This event is free and open to all with no ticket or pre-registration required. More details of the event can be found here.
News Posted: 21 May 2015 [Back to the Top]
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building Speakers: Professor Sir Tony Atkinson, Tom Clark, and Professor Baroness Lister
Introducing his new book, Inequality: what can be done?, Professor Atkinson will argue we can do much more about inequality than skeptics imagine.
Watch the video of Tony Atkinson talking about the event, below: Professor Tony Atkinson
Download the Podcast (MP3) and Slides (PDF) from the event.
Tony Atkinson is a Centennial Professor at LSE and a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford.
Tom Clark writes for The Guardian and is the author of Hard Times: the divisive toll of the economic slump.
Ruth Lister is Baroness Lister of Burtersett and Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at Loughborough University.
Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #LSEinequality
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News Posted: 30 April 2015 [Back to the Top]
Tuesday 28th April 2015, 4.30-6pm, followed by a reception
32L 1.04 1st Floor Conference Room, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields WC2A 3PH
The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, the Smith Institute and the Barrow Cadbury Fund are delighted to welcome back Alan Berube, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, to talk about his report: Confronting Suburban Poverty.
Alan has spent over a decade researching poverty. His earlier work uncovered surprising trends - there seemed to be more poor people in metropolitan areas living outside big cities than within them. This seminar explores the whats, whys and wherefores of suburban poverty and what it means for social and housing policy. Paul Hunter, Head of Research at the Smith Institute, and Ruth Lupton, Professor of Education at the University of Manchester, will respond from a UK perspective. The event will be chaired by Anne Power, Professor of Social Policy at LSE.
The event is free but booking is essential. Please RSVP to email@example.com. Places are limited so please reply as soon as possible. For more information contact Cheryl Conner at LSE (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are not able to attend but would like more details of the research please let us know.
4.30-4.35pm Anne Power: Welcome from the Chair
4.35-5.00pm Alan Berube: Poverty in Suburbia
5.00-5.15pm Paul Hunter and Ruth Lupton: response – a UK perspective (7.5 mins each)
5.15-6.00pm Questions and discussion
News Posted: 28 April 2015 [Back to the Top]
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