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OXONIA Newsletter is a regular publication of OXONIA, The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy. The Newsletter keeps track of the most important activities and provides details of meetings, conferences and research events hosted by the Institute.

In This Issue:

OXONIA Newsletter Vol 1, Issue 2

David Walton appointed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee

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Jeffrey Sachs joins OXONIA as Honorary Fellow

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Sir Nicholas Stern discusses his preliminary thoughts on the Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change

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ECONOMIC FOCUS
Government Aid and Growth – Is There a Link?

 

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  • David Walton appointed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee
  • Jeffrey Sachs joins OXONIA as Honorary Fellow
  • Sir Nicholas Stern discusses his preliminary thoughts on the Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change
  • ECONOMIC FOCUS
    Government Aid and Growth – Is There a Link?

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Previous Issues:

OXONIA Newsletter Vol 1, Issue 1

  • David Hendry welcomes you to the OXONIA Newsletter
  • Jeffrey Sachs talks about “The End of Poverty” at the OXONIA Inaugural Lecture
  • World Economics to be published in association with OXONIA
  • Masood Ahmed Keynote Speaker at the OXONIA Roundtable on “Toward a New Aid Architecture”

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