The Future of Fiscal Squeeze

Thu 5 Feb 2015, 14:00

The British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

The Forum opened with a presentation by Professor David Heald, one of the editors of When the Party's Over: The Politics of Fiscal Squeeze in Perspective (Proceedings of the British Academy 197, October 2014). This was followed by a commentary by Catherine Mann, Chief Economist of the OECD.

List of participants

Ian Ball, International Federation of Accountants
Alan Budd, Queen's College, Oxford
Nicholas Crafts FBA, University of Warwick
Sebastian Dellepiane Avellaneda, University of Strathclyde
Niamh Hardiman, University College Dublin
David Heald, University of Aberdeen
Rozana Himaz, Oxford Brookes University
Christopher Hood FBA, All Souls College, Oxford
Paul Johnson, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Thomas Kohut, British Academy
Philipp Krause, Overseas Development Institute
Patrick Le Gales, Sciences Po
Nicholas Macpherson, HM Treasury
Catherine Mann, OECD
Natasha McCarthy, British Academy
Julian McCrae, Institute for Government
Sandro Momigliano, Banca d'Italia
Christopher Pollitt, KU Leuven
Jonathan Portes, National Institute of Social and Economic Research
James Richardson, HM Treasury
Alasdair Roberts, Suffolk University Law School, Boston
Nick Stern FBA, London School of Economics; President, British Academy
Daniel Tarschys, Stockholm Institute for European Policy Studies
Tony Travers, London School of Economics
John Vickers FBA, All Souls College, Oxford
Sharon White, HM Treasury
Michael Whitehouse, National Audit Office
Simon Wren-Lewis, University of Oxford

A British Academy Forum chaired by Lord (Nick) Stern, President of the British Academy.

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