Join us at King’s College, Cambridge University on Friday, 14 April, for the first Share Alliance conference in our quest to establish the academic rigour needed for a more equitable society — supporting the individual human achievement so vital for democratic capitalism, but based on egalitarian principles. For more details visit https://www.sharealliance.org.uk.
The Conference will concentrate on our two leading propositions: inter-generational rebalancing and ‘Stock for Data’. However, it will also be an opportunity to learn about the SHARE project’s underlying principles and its planning for the future, and there will be a panel session for general discussion to round off the half-day event, which will start at 9 am for 9:30 am and will finish with a buffet lunch (for in-person attendees).
Speakers and panel participants will include Gavin Oldham, Professor Eric French, Dr. David Good, Seda Basihos, Paul Johnson of the IFS (provisional as yet) and Professor Michael Mainelli of Z/Yen, and the conference will be opened by the Provost of King's College, Michael Proctor.
This initial conference is free of charge. Attendance in person is limited to 100, but it's possible to join us online. Please register for the in-person event as soon as possible to ensure your place is reserved. The conference flyer can be found here.
Professor Michael Mainelli: FCCA FCSI(Hon) FBCS, Chairman, Z/Yen Group, is a qualified accountant, securities professional, computer specialist, and management consultant, educated at Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin. Michael gained his PhD at the London School of Economics where he was also a Visiting Professor of Innovation & IT. Michael is Emeritus Professor, Fellow, & Trustee at Gresham College where he created the Long Finance initiative asking “when would we know our financial system is working?” His third book, The Price Of Fish: A New Approach To Wicked Economics And Better Decisions, won the Independent Publisher Book Awards Finance, Investment & Economics Gold Prize. Michael is an Alderman and was elected Sheriff of the City of London 2019-2021.
Friday, 14 April 2023
9:00 - 14:00 BST
King's College, Cambridge University
Cambridge CB2 1ST