Speaker Announcement

Sir Vince Cable

Warwick Congress is happy to announce that Sir Vince Cable, former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills will be speaking at Warwick Congress 2017!

Cable will be discussing Technology from the Economics perspective.

Sir Vince Cable, Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills

Sir John Vincent Cable, is a British Politician who first studied Economics at the University of Cambridge and has taught the subject at Glasgow University. Cable has worked previously as First Secretary in the Diplomatic Service for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and also as Deputy Director of the Overseas Development Institute. From 1990, Cable was appointed Chief Economist of Shell International and is also a former fellow of Nuffield College Oxford and the LSE.

Cable has also authored several books including “The Storm: the World Economic Crisis” and “What it means”. Sir John Vincent Cable was knighted in the 2015 Dissolution Honours list.

The whole team of Warwick Congress is extremely excited to be welcoming such a distinguished political figure.

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