When uncertainty is all around us, and the facts are not clear, how can we make good decisions? Throughout history we have developed a variety of ways of coping with the radical uncertainty that defines our lives. Lord (Mervyn) King, former Governor of the Bank of England, and Professor John Kay, two of the world’s most eminent economists, have spent their professional lives considering and discussing these themes.
This webinar marks the publication of Radical Uncertainty: Decision-making for an unknowable future by Mervyn King and John Kay.
John Kay, University of Oxford
Jean Charles Rochet, Professor of Banking, Institut für Banking und Finance, University of Zurich and SUERF Fellow
David T Llewellyn, Emeritus Professor of Money & Banking, Loughborough University and SUERF Council of Management
Webinar Slides (pdf): John Kay – presentation, Jean Charles Rochet – presentation