Conservative Institute of M. R. Štefánik
organized in Bratislava on September 24, 2015 another lecture within the
Conservative Economic Quarterly Lecture Series /CEQLS/:
Lecture given by:
professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics at St. Mary's University, Twickenham, and Editorial and Programme Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs
Peter Gonda, the Conservative Institute Director
Philip Booth: CEQLS Lecture for the Conservative Institute, Bratislava, September 24, 2015
Philip Booth: Presentation for the CEQLS Lecture for the Conservative Institute, Bratislava, September 24, 2015
About Philip Booth
Philip Booth is Editorial and Programme Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs and Professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics at St. Mary's University, Twickenham. From 2002-2015 he was Professor of Insurance and Risk Management at Cass Business School. Previously, Philip Booth worked for the Bank of England as an advisor on financial stability issues and he was also Associate Dean of Cass Business School and held various other academic positions at City University.
He has written widely, including a number of books, on investment, finance, social insurance and pensions as well as on the relationship between Catholic social teaching and economics.
He is Deputy Editor of Economic Affairs and on the editorial boards of various other academic journals: Journal of Property Research, British Actuarial Journal, Annals of Actuarial Science a International Journal of Enterprise Solutions to Poverty.
Philip is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and an honorary member of the Society of Actuaries of Poland. He has previously worked in the investment department of Axa Equity and Law and was been involved in a number of projects to help develop actuarial professions and actuarial, finance and investment professional teaching programmes in Central and Eastern Europe.
Philip has a BA in Economics from the University of Durham and a PhD from City University.
· Defusing the debt timebomb: challenges and solutions (IEA)
· Modern Actuarial Theory and Practice (Chapman and Hall)
· The Road to Economic Freedom (Edward Elgar)
· Catholic Social Teaching and the Market Economy (St Pauls)
· Christian Perspectives on the Financial Crash (St. Paul’s)
· Investment Mathematics (Wiley)