Monday 24 June 2013: Henry Wellcome Auditorium, Euston Road, Central London
The speaker programme for the Economics Teacher National Conference 2013 is now available - and what a day it promises to be! We've put together what we hope you'll agree is a wonderful programme combined with a simply unbeatable delegate rate!
Let's face it - there has never been a better time to be an economics teacher and our subject continues to thrive and grow. The Economics Teacher National Conference 2013 comes at the end of another challenging school year - the idea way for colleagues to step away from exams and focus on the subject alone.
We've decided on a change of venue for 2013 - just over the other side of the Euston Road at the stunning Henry Wellcome Auditorium. This is a slightly smaller venue than the British Library, but one that is also steeped in history. The capacity is just 150 seats, so please book as soon as possible for you and your departmental colleagues in order to secure some of the remaining places.
The delegate rates for the day, which include lunch, refreshments and some other goodies (!) are:
Single delegate - £150 (+VAT)
Departmental Deal - £100 each (+VAT) for two or more colleagues from the same school or college.
[note: you individuals can also obtain the departmental deal if they also come to the Business Teacher National Conference on the following day!)
In 2012 160 Economics Teachers joined us for the conference - you can read a report on the day here.
Our Conference Speakers:
Linda is the BBC's Chief Business Correspondent and presenter of a new global business programme on BBC World News. Dr. Yueh is Fellow in Economics at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University and Visiting Professor of Economics at Peking University. Linda will be speaking about her new book "China's Growth: The Making of an Economic Superpower."
Tim is a best-selling author, columnist for the Financial Times and presenter of Radio 4's "More or Less". His books include The Undercover Economist, The Logic of Life and Adapt: Why Success Always Starts with Failure
Ed Conway is the Economics Editor of Sky News. Formerly at the Daily Telegraph and the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, Ed is also the author of "50 Economics Ideas You Really Need to Know: your really need to know".
Stephen is global chief economist at HSBC and author of Losing Control: The Emerging Threats to Western Prosperity. His new book "When the Money Runs Out: The End of Western Affluence" is published this spring.
Stuart is Head of Economics at Cranleigh School after having spent eight years working as an economist in the city. In 2011-2012 Stuart completed "Beyond the Bike", a tandem bicycle ride from South Africa to London giving him fantastic experiences of and insights into development economics issues across the African continent.
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