We are pleased to announce that Lukasz Rachel will present the first webinar in a new series hosted by Inquire Europe.
The Covid-19 pandemic will unfortunately prevent Inquire Europe members from convening for the Autumn Seminar. Instead, we will deliver elements of the seminar via a digital interface. A webinar series will feature the keynote speakers that would have taken the stage in Valencia. Please note that members are welcome to invite their colleagues to register.
The series officially launches on 8 September, at 16:00 with Lukasz Rachel, who is an Affiliate of the Centre for Macroeconomics at the London School of Economics. Lukasz will present to members on on the latest macroeconomic research surrounding Covid-19. During his three- part presentation he will use an epidemiological model to discuss how both individual behavior and government policies affect outcomes, thus yielding varying degrees of economic impact.
Would you or one of your colleagues like to join? Please register here.
More information on the speaker:
Lukasz Rachel is an Affiliate of the Centre for Macroeconomics at the London School of Economics. He completed his PhD at the London School of Economics; in 2017 he was awarded Fulbright Fellowship and studied at Harvard University’s Department of Economics. Prior to commencing his PhD, Lukasz spent seven years working at the Bank of England in various policy roles analyzing UK and global economies. His research interests span macroeconomic impact of technologies, secular stagnation and the natural rate of interest, trends in income and wealth inequality, and monetary and macroprudential policies.