A 45-minute online discussion with leading Economic Historian Nicholas Crafts and guests, hosted by the CAGE Research Centre.
What lessons can we learn from the past about economic recovery policy? Do the solutions put into place after1945, hold the key to developing a more effective post-Covid-19 economic recovery? Join our Chair Bishnupriya Gupta, Research Director, CAGE, economic historian Professor Nicholas Crafts and guests live online, as we remove the rose-tinted glasses and discuss the positives and negatives of post-war policy. Offering critical insights, the panel investigates and presents how lessons from history can help us build new economic policies for our post-pandemic future.
Professor Mirko Draca, Director of the CAGE Research Centre (Chair) Professor Nicholas Crafts, University of Sussex and University of Warwick (Speaker)
History, economics and politics enthusiasts
Covid recovery: What can we learn from post-World War II economic history?
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