Please join us for a
discussion on

Opportunity and Mobility

Featuring LSE’s

Frank Cowell
Professor of Economics

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
125 Broad Street, Room 37 Q/R
New York, NY

Reception to follow.

Space is limited. This event is free and open to AFLSE members only through September 9th.

Any remaining spaces will be open to non-members on September 10th.

Kindly respond on line by clicking here or by phone to 212.433.1115


About Opportunity and Mobility
We all sign up to these things as being desirable in a well-run economy. But what is meant by them? And are people in different countries really thinking about different things? A multi-country analysis of how people perceive equality of opportunity and income mobility that is currently underway should have important implications for the way governments think about these things in the future, especially in view of the economic situation over the last year.

About Professor Cowell
Frank Cowell is a Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His areas of interest include income and wealth distribution, inequality, poverty and taxation. He is an Editor of Economica, a leading international journal devoted to research in all branches of economics, and is the Director of Distributional Analysis Research Programme at STICERD at LSE.

Professor Cowell was educated at Ardingly College before entering Trinity College, Cambridge where he completed his PhD in Economics. He was briefly a Lecturer in Economics at University of Keele before moving to LSE in 1977.