Distinguished Lecture: Professor Andrew Oswald, “Does High Home-Ownership Impair the Labour Market?”

For the audio recording of this Distinguished Lecture, please visit: Warwick Economics Media Library.

The next Distinguished Lecture will be given by Professor Andrew Oswald on Tuesday 4th June 2012, 4.15-5.15pm in room M1 of the Radcliffe Teaching Centre. The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception outside room M1, where you will have the chance to talk informally with the speaker.

Professor Andrew Oswald’s work lies mainly at the border between economics and behavioural science. He serves on the board of editors of Science. Previously at Oxford and the London School of Economics, with spells as Lecturer, Princeton University (1983-4); De Walt Ankeney Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College (1989-91); Jacob Wertheim Fellow, Harvard University (2005); Visiting Fellow, Cornell University (2008). He is an ISI Highly-Cited Researcher. He will be talking about Home Ownership as a Driving Force Behind High Unemployment in our Nations. Those who would like to read a new formal paper on the material of the lecture can find it on his website http://www.andrewoswald.com under the title “Does High Home-Ownership Impair the Labour Market?”

You are most welcome to come along to his talk at 4.15pm. There is no need to register – just turn up.