The 2014 Esmée Fairbairn Lecture – What Experiments can tell us about Human Economic Behaviour

The Economics Department are hosting their annual Esmeé Fairburn Lecture, on Tuesday the 4th of November, in the Lancaster university Management School, Lecture Theatre 1. This is always a must for Economics students and staff alike, and all who are interested in Economics are cordially invited.

This year John Hey will be exploring the topic of ‘What Experiments can tell us about Human Economic Behaviour’ which should give a fascinating incite into experimental Economics and also link with Psychology.

We especially hope our members will be able to come and benefit from this event, although everyone is welcome to this public lecture.

Making you ‘selection confident’ with Bank of England

The Bright Futures Society and the Economics Society are proud to announce that at 6pm on Wednesday, 29th of October, Alex Brackfield is coming to Lancaster. Mr Brackfield is a graduate recruiter at the Bank of England.

As such, we will be co-hosting a careers session, which will consist of a presentation about the application process at the Bank of England, and an interactive skills session. You will also have a chance to play a TRADING GAME and see if you enjoy being a banker.

Book your place on TARGETConnect here.