Baroness O’Neill is Honorary Professor emeritus of Ethics and Political Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge; and past President of the British Academy.
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Published in British Academy Review, Issue 20 (Summer 2012).
July 2012 saw the publication of the final report of ‘The Kay Review of UK Equity Markets and Long-Term Decision Making’. At a British Academy Forum in January 2012, Professor John Kay FBA queried the effectiveness of the financial services sector in satisfying the needs of the wider economy.
On 15 February 2012, a British Academy event, entitled ‘From Protesters to Government Partners: Chambers of Commerce 1767-2012’, discussed the history of chambers of commerce and also their role in UK public policy in the context of the Coalition Government’s Local Enterprise Partnerships. Professor Bob Bennett FBA summarises the history and discussion.
Includes: Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa in conversation. Also: Celebrating women in the humanities and social sciences. What is wrong with our financial services sector? Winston Churchill and the British Academy.