Thank you and Merry Christmas

As Michaelmas term has now officially ended, we would like to thank all our members for engaging with the society and helping us to be one of the best societies on campus this term! We are proud of the variety of events that were possible, we hope you enjoyed the lectures, and took something away from what we put on.

We would also like to wish you well if you had any exams or essays to hand in, these last couple of weeks, and good luck with the results. Finally have a very merry Christmas, and we’ll look forward to seeing you in the new year!

Your LUES Exec

Corporations as Creatures of the State

On Tuesday the 2nd of December we will have a talk from the very engaging Dr.Williams from the PPR department to give us his take on corporations, and together we will explore the thought that contrary to popular narratives, they are in fact Frankensteins created by the state.

This will take place in the Management School, Lecture Theatre 8, and will start at 6:30PM.

The Economics of World War I

On Tuesday the 25th of November, Mark Harrison of Warwick University will deliver a lecture on the Economics of War focusing on World War I.

We hope you can join us for this fascinating lecture, shortly after the 100th anniversary of the end of the war. It will be held in LUMS Lecture Theatre 1.

As usual, drinks and nibbles will be provided, and we look forward to seeing you there.