Sir Vince Cable, the former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills will be presenting a public lecture at The University of Nottingham on Tuesday 1st December.
The Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics in the School of Economics at the University, will host the lecture where the former Secretary of State will talk about his latest book - After the Storm.
The lecture will take place from 5pm to 6.15pm at the Sir Clive Granger Building on the University Park Campus.
This latest offering from Sir Vince Cable is a follow-up to his bestselling book ‘The Storm’ - an account of the events surrounding the crash of 2008.
The book offers an insight into the state of the British economy from one of the leading politicians who was at the heart of the recent coalition government.
For more information visit http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/cfcm/events/public-lectures/vince-cable-01-12-15.aspx, or contact Sue Berry in the School of Economics on 0115 9515469.
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