Sunday 3rd October | 14.45 – 15.45
The state has taken an almost unprecedented level of control over the economy. Wages subsidised, business loans completely underwritten, the bill falling on future taxpayers. How do we grow the economy, create jobs and generate revenue to help cover the cost of coronavirus? Can the rise in home working be a driving force behind economic recovery?
Annabel Denham (Chair) | is the Director of Communications at the IEA. Previously a journalist at City A.M. and Editor at The Entrepreneur’s Network, Annabel oversees the IEA’s media, digital, and public affairs strategy
Mike Denham | is Chairman of the TaxPayers’ Alliance. Mike is a former Treasury economist who worked extensively on public spending and fiscal analysis during the 1970s and 1980s. Mike then moved on to work in the City for many years as an investment manager, staying closely in touch with fiscal and monetary policy developments.
Matthew Lynn | is Financial Columnist at The Daily Telegraph, as well as writing for WSJ Marketwatch, The Spectator and Money Week. Matthew is also the founder of Endeavour Press, the UK’s leading e-book publisher.
Lord Kamall | is a Professor of Politics and International Relations at St. Mary’s University and Academic & Research Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs. Lord Kamall was previously Co-Chair of the European Conservatives and Reformists and has been a member of the House of Lords since February 2021.
Soumaya Keynes | writes for The Economist and the Free Exchange blog. Before joining The Economist Soumaya did research on the public finances and pensions at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and worked in the Banking and Credit team at Her Majesty’s Treasury in London. Soumaya has an M.Phil. and B.A. in Economics from Trinity College, Cambridge.