Tue, 27 Nov | Bush House, Lecture Theatre 1

The Fifth Distinguished Lecture in Political Economy

Paul Tucker will deliever his lecture titled: "Have central banks and independent regulators replaced constitutional democracy?".
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The Fifth Distinguished Lecture in Political Economy

Time & Location

27 Nov 2018, 18:30 – 20:30
Bush House, Lecture Theatre 1, King's College, London WC2B 4PJ, UK

About the Event

Join us for our fifth Distinguished Lecture in Political Economy. Dr Mark Pennington will be chairing the event, with Paul Tucker delivering his lecture titled: "Have central banks and independent regulators replaced constitutional democracy?".

This will be followed by a Q&A and drinks and nibbles.

Registration is required for this event.

Please note that external attendees will be asked to check in at reception upon arrival.

Join us for our fifth Distinguished Lecture in Political Economy. Dr Mark Pennington will be chairing the event, with Paul Tucker delivering his lecture titled: "Have central banks and independent regulators replaced constitutional democracy?".

This will be followed by a Q&A and drinks and nibbles. There will also be the opportunity to buy Paul's latest book, Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulatory State.

Biography of Paul Tucker

Paul Tucker is a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and chair of the Systemic Risk Council. For more than thirty years, he was a central banker and regulator at the Bank of England and the Bank for International Settlements. He lives in London.

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