Public Events are free and open to all but pre-registration is required. The views expressed by speakers at LSE public events are their personal views and do not represent the views of the School.
Please visit the individual event listings for full details on entry information as these can vary from event to event.
22-26 August 2022 - EEA-ESEM 2022 Congress
Location: Bocconi University, Milan
EEA-ESEM 2022 will be in the in-person format for all presenters, subject to the approval by the local health authority. Participation will also be subject to the regulations imposed by the Italian government at the time. Non-presenters can attend virtually as all sessions will be streamed.
12 September 2022 - The Future of Work and Wellbeing Conference 2022
Location: London (Hybrid)
This conference will explore the latest perspectives from research, policy and practice on the implications of how automation technologies are transforming work, society and the economy.
13-15 September 2022 - Seminars in Sweden
Location: Sweden (Hybrid)
POID Director John Van Reenen will give a series of seminars in Sweden, in particular at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), the Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES) and the Centre for Business and Policy Studies (SNS).
4-7 October 2022 - Launch "Reimagining the Economy Project"
Location: Harvard Kennedy School, USA (Hybrid)
POID Director John Van Reenen will give presentations at this year's HKS launch and workshop on "Firm Support Policies" in the USA.
19-23 September 2022 - LSE Environmental and Innovation Week
Location: LSE (Hybrid)
The Economics of Environment and Energy Programme (EEE), International Growth Centre (IGC) and Programme on Innovation and Diffusion (POID) within the LSE Economics Department will convene an Environment Week at the LSE from 20-23 September 2022. Working with partners at the School and across the world we want to use Environment Week to encourage economists from all fields of economics to work on environmental issues and to connect this work to policy change.
December 2022 - Empirical Management Conference