Wed, 12 Dec|
Bush House, Lecture Theatre 2
Central Banks and Monetary Policy
Max was originally given a place to do a PhD at the London School of Economics, but chose to go straight into business and founded ReboundTAG, the first microchip luggage tag that works in all airports worldwide.
Time & Location
12 Dec 2018, 18:00 – 19:20
Bush House, Lecture Theatre 2, 44-46 Aldwych, London WC2B 4LL, UK
About the Event
Max was originally given a place to do a PhD at the London School of Economics, but chose to go straight into business and founded ReboundTAG, the first microchip luggage tag that works in all airports worldwide - it has been showcased by Lufthansa as a way of preventing lost luggage globally and won many entrepreneurship awards. Max runs economics think tank The Cobden Centre, founded by a UK member of Parliament, and sits on the Executive Board of the Initiative for Free Trade, founded by an MEP, and the Advisory Board of the Ludwig von Mises Institute (Europe).
Max has given many speeches and seminars on monetary reform, including at the OECD, at the Jackson Hole Summit in 2015, where politicians and economists from around the world got together to discuss the future of the global monetary system, and at the European Parliament's first Annual Economic Freedom Summit this year, where Max gave a speech and had a one-on-one debate with the Director of IMF Europe on whether central bank monetary policy has created an even larger bubble since 2008. He also organised the European Parliament Blockchain Summit in 2016 and gave the closing address.