Dialogue | Economy and the individual in the times of Covid-19

 Registration is closed for this event
The third event in the Dialogues on the time of Covid-19 series, will be looking at the crushing impact the pandemic has had on the economy.


These dialogues will be delivered remotely via Zoom

Tuesday 1st December
8:15pm - 9:30pm

The pandemic has had a crushing impact on the economy. Numerous businesses have suffered severely or had to close. Many individuals and families now struggle with unemployment and financial hardship. There will be unforeseeable problems for the economy in the future. Everyone is dealing with major uncertainties on many different levels.

Mervyn King, economist, former governor of the Bank of England and author of “Radical Uncertainty”, and Mike Brearley, psychoanalyst and author of “On Form” and “Spirit of Cricket” will be in dialogue about these issues. 

 The event will be chaired by Trudy McGuinness, psychoanalyst.

Concession tickets are available, for students, BPAS candidates and NHS trainees. Please email outreach@iopa.org.uk if you are unsure if you qualify for a concession ticket.

REFUND POLICY: Tickets are fully refundable until 14 days before the event, after which time no refunds will be issued

Please note: These lectures will be held on Zoom and will also be available for the following 24 hours to all registered participants. This is to allow for international attendees to enjoy the event at a more appropriate time in their time zone. After this time, the recording will no longer be available.

Views and opinions expressed by speakers are their own and do not represent the views or opinions of the Institute, event organisers or other speakers.

December 1st, 2020 8:15 PM through  9:30 PM
The Institute of Psychoanalysis
Byron House
112a Shirland Road
London, London W9 2BT
United Kingdom
Phone: 02075635016
Phone: 02075635017
Event Fee(s)
Standard ticket £ 25.00
Concession ticket £ 15.00
If selected, only members with the status New, Current or Grace and those that have a website account will be able to register for this event.
Standard ticket £ 25.00
Concession ticket £ 15.00