**LIVE** Unprecedented government intervention in the Economy – its motivation and potential implications

26 May 2020

Live - In Conversation      Professor Brad Evans, University of Bath

The government's actions during the current pandemic are far reaching and have profound implications for how we lead our lives, operate businesses and the overall health of the Economy. This interview explores the most significant facets of intervention, including the language being used, impacts on liberty & free movement, business sustainability & support packages and the impacts this may have for the future in terms of the economic, social, technological and political aspects of how we lead our lives.

 

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A live conversation between Professor Brad Evans and Andreas Wasmuht on the unprecedented government intervention in everyday life, business and the Economy.

Professor Brad Evans, University of Bath