Professor Kevin Dowd is a Senior Fellow with the Cobden Centre and a long-standing free market economist whose main work has been on free banking and unregulated monetary systems. Over the years, he has written extensively on the history and theory of free banking, the mechanics of monetary systems without the state and the failings of central banking and financial regulation. He will be discussing his report into the inadequacies of stress testing methods for banks, which received significant coverage in the summer of 2016.
Royal Overseas League, Overseas House, Park Place, St James’s Street, London SW1A 1LR
6.30 pm – Drinks and Networking
7.00 pm – Lecture start
7.30 pm – Q&A
8.00 pm – Finish
More details TBA.