Tickets £10 Why didn't the powers that be see the global economic crisis coming? Our panel, all of whom were right on the money well in advance of the current meltdown, discuss the life, legacy and contemporary relevance of Bloomsbury economist John Maynard Keynes.Vince Cable MP, Liberal Democrat main economic spokesman, is famed for his wit and wisdom.As the sage of the credit crunch, his new book, The Storm, has been eagerly awaited. Will Hutton, Chief Executive of the Work Foundation, is a journalist, broadcaster and author of The State We're In. Robert Skidelsky, biographer of Keynes, is Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at Warwick University and a cross-bench peer. (DeadGoodBooks)
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