Sir Howard Davies lecture “Aftermath of the financial crisis: what have we learned?“


LSE alumni association and Baltic Vision Group together with the British Embassy in Vilnius present a public lecture by the former director of London School of Economics Sir Howard Davies “Aftermath of the financial crisis: what have we learned?“. On the 3-rd of May, 3 p.m. at the Institute of International Relations and Political science.

Howard Davies is a Chair of the British Government's Airport Policy Review and of Phoenix insurance group. He also is a Professor of Practice at the French School of Political Science in Paris (Sciences Po). He was the Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science from 2003 until May 2011. Prior to this appointment he was chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority from 1997 to 2003.

From 1995 to 1997 he was Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, after three years as the Director General of the Confederation of British Industry. Earlier in his career he worked in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Treasury, Mckinsey and Co, where he spent five years, and as Controller of the Audit Commission.

In 2006 he edited and introduced The Chancellor's Tales (Polity Press) on British economic policy from 1975 to 2000. In 2008 he jointly authored Global Financial Regulation: The Essential Guide (Polity Press) with David Green. Banking on the Future: The Fall and Rise of Central Banking, on central banks, also by Davies and Green, was published in April 2010 by Princeton University Press. His latest book, ‘The Financial Crisis: Who is to blame?’ was published by Polity Press in July 2010.

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Organisers: LSE alumni association in Lithuania Baltic Vision Group

Date: 2013-05-03
Time: 3 p.m.
Place: VU TSPMI Vokiečių g. 10 (map)
402 a.


Public lecture

Partners: British Embassy of Vilnius, Triniti, VU IIRPS


Paulina Marcinkevičiūtė;

Rugilė Andziukevičiūtė