The Whitehall Group was delighted to have Stewart Lansley, Economist and Financial Journalist as guest speaker on Thursday, 21st January at 2.30pm. During a 30 minute interview style on-line discussion Stewart Lansley will be discussing ‘Universal Basic Income’.
We are grateful to Goodbody for their continued support and you can listen to the talk by clicking on the link below:
Stewart Lansley is an economist and financial journalist. He is a visiting fellow at the School of Policy Studies, University of Bristol and a fellow at London’s City University. He has written on inequality, wealth and poverty for academic and specialist journals as well as several newspapers.
He is the author of a number of books including A Sharing Economy (2016), Breadline Britain ( with Joanna Mack, 2015); The Cost of Inequality (2011); Top Man (a biography of Philip Green, 2007); Rich Britain (2006) and Poor Britain (with Joanna Mack, 1985). He is also the author ( with Howard Reed ) of A Universal Basic Income: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? published by Compass, 2016. His previous academic posts include the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and the Universities of Brunel and Reading. He is also a former executive producer in the current affairs department of the BBC.