With the global vaccine rollout accelerating and a debt pile unseen for 100 years, what will the global economies look like in the coming years?
Will pent up demand, particularly in the form of the silver pound, send inflation sky high? Or will the scarring of the economic downturn see more focus given on intergenerational fairness?
Join this debate between two economist heavyweights as they discuss the factors impacting the future in the UK, US and Asia.
- Ian Stewart, Deloitte
- Gemma Tetlow, IFG
Ian advises Boards and companies on macroeconomics. Ian devised the Deloitte Survey of Chief Financial Officers and writes a popular weekly economics blog, the Monday Briefing, in addition to hosting the fortnightly COVID-19 webinar: health, economics and business.
Dr Gemma Tetlow is chief economist at the Institute for Government, working across the Institute’s programme areas. Between 2016 and 2018, Gemma was economics correspondent at the Financial Times, reporting on and analysing economic developments in the UK and globally. Prior to that, Gemma spent 11 years at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, leading the organisation’s work on public finances and pensions. Gemma has a PhD in economics from University College London and an MSc and BSc in Economics from the University of Warwick.
Iain Wright joined ICAEW as Director of Corporate and Regional Engagement in June 2018. Iain trained as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte & Touche and worked for the firm until 2003.
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