Gillian Tett is one of the world’s most in-demand economists. An acclaimed columnist and author at the Financial Times, she has long used her training as an anthropologist to break new ground on economic affairs, notably predicting the 2007-8 financial crisis after she observed the way bankers were behaving around the world.
Now on October 25 she comes to the Intelligence Squared stage to share her insights into the biggest challenges we face today with BBC broadcaster Jonny Dymond. How disruptive will artificial intelligence be and do we need to regulate it? What are the prospects for growth in the UK? And what are the potential implications for the global economy of a second Trump presidency?
Join us live at the Tabernacle as Tett analyses what she sees as the key trends shaping the world economy and sets out her vision for how we should understand the geopolitical and technological changes taking place in our society.