Faculty speaking engagements this week
On Tuesday, Jonathan Cave will be speaking at the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA) Regulatory Conference 2013 on â€˜Data Protection: impact of a new framework on citizens, industry and governmentsâ€™. On Wednesday, he will be giving a talk in Warwickâ€™s Complexity Forum on 'Computer trading in complex networked financial markets - self-organised regulation or an unending sequence of crises?'.
Kimberley Scharf will be presenting 'Are donors afraid of charities' core costs? Scale economies in non-profit provision' at the CMPO Workshop in Bristol on Thursday.
On Monday, Rocco Machiavello and Chris Woodruff will give a policy briefing at the British Embassy in Brussels on 'Insights into enterprise in developing countries'. Rocco will talk about the role that large buyers in developed countries can play in fostering enterprise capabilities in low-income countries, and the key challenges that exporters face in forming and managing relationships with large foreign buyers. Chris will talk about how training for management can lift productivity in enterprises in emerging economies. The key note speeches will be followed by a lively debate moderated by journalist Geoff Meade and will include Dr Lucian Cernat, Chief Economist and Trade Analysis, Head of Unit, DG Trade, Dr Obadiah Mailafia, Chef de Cabinet, African, Caribbean and Pacific Group, and Dr Leonard Mizzi, Head of Unit - ACP and South Africa, FAO, G8/G20, DG Agriculture.
On Thursday, Eugenio Proto will give a talk at the International Policy Workshop on 'Mind and Culture: The behavioural and social foundations of economic development - from research framework to practice' in preparation for the World Development Report 2015 in Berlin.
This coming weekend, Marcus Miller will be presenting his joint paper with Lei Zhang on 'Avoiding costly default: a jungle tale' at the Central Bank of Uruguay and at a Roundtable on 'Capital Flows, Capital Controls and Monetary Policy' in Montevideo.