Becoming Economically Intelligent (webinar)

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Date of event: 2 April 2019
Event ends: 2 April 2019
Start time: 13:00
End time: 14:15
Price: Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 6 Places*
Becoming Economically Intelligent (webinar)

*WEBINAR, BITE* Please note different timings for this session.

Description

The global economic system is undergoing dramatic change and this is now being reflected in the political arena. Existing economic models will prove to be largely redundant, and the mainstream forecasts will have large margins of error. There are new, complex feedback loops currently being created with difficult-to-predict outcomes. However, it is always possible to discern the direction of travel, if not the distance.

Our webinar will update you on the latest data and its interpretation, give you some short-run milestones and allow you to check your understanding with our understanding on the likely pattern of events. The webinar will be interactive and encourage discussion on topics, such as Brexit, the direction and level of interest rates, the exchange rate, the growth rate, house prices, and inflation in the UK and elsewhere.

Who should Attend?

This event is for any senior leader/manager with an interest in understanding how the economy works and how future changes influence business performance.

Keywords

The primary theme is STRATEGY and the secondary theme is LEADERSHIP.

It is relevant to the development of Macro, Economy, Trends, Intelligence, Brexit, Finance, Ratios.

THP, The Henley Partnership.

Roger Martin-Fagg

Roger Martin Fagg

Roger describes himself as a Behavioural Economist and throughout his career has sought to bridge the gap between theory and practice. He began his career in the New Zealand Treasury, and then moved into the Airline Business; planning and teaching post-graduates all aspects of economics. He regularly talks to SME owners in the UK and Europe about economic trends and speaks at conferences around the world on the economic outlook and its impact on business. His book Making Sense of the Economy is in its fourth reprint.


*Per member organisation. “Up to” indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of nomination. Nomination Forms are dealt with on a first come first served basis and a place cannot be booked or held without a fully completed and approved Nomination Form.

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For more information please contact The Henley Partnership Team by email at thp@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0) 1491 418 855.