Why is wage growth so weak?

8 Nov 2018, 6.00PM–7.30PM
Lecture Theatre W1
Professor David (Danny) Blanchflower, Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research
Why is wage growth so weak?

Back by popular demand, the School's eminent economist, Professor David (Danny) Blanchflower will be returning to Stirling to share his views on the topic: 'Why is wage growth so weak?’. Drawing upon his research and analysis of economic trends, Danny will provide delegates with an insightful commentary on the impact this has on business.

A broad spectrum of leading figures representing private, public and third sector organisations, including many alumni, will be in attendance alongside University students and staff to listen to Danny's engaging lecture. Immediately after the lecture, there will be an opportunity for delegates to network during a short drinks reception.

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