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Live stream the RES 2017 Annual Public Lecture

  • Published Date: 10 November 2017

Tickets for Professor Stephen Machin's '“WHY COMMIT CRIME?” Economic incentives for criminal behaviour' RES Public Lecture have sold out but you can still attend.


2017 Annual Public Lecture – Live Stream
17:00 GMT, 22 November
Professor Stephen Machin “WHY COMMIT CRIME?” Economic incentives for criminal behaviour

At 17:00 GMT on the 22nd November, the RES 2017 Annual Public Lecture at the Royal Institution in London will be live streamed, so you can watch from the comfort of your own home! You can also interact with the lecture as you watch online via Twitter.

In this lecture, Professor Machin will discuss the importance of economic incentives as a determinant of crime, what economists can contribute to our understanding of why people commit crime and what can be done to discourage, detect and apprehend criminals.

The Public Lecture starts at 17:00 GMT on 22 November 2017. To watch the event as it happens, register here shortly before the lecture begins.

Join the debate and submit questions by using the Twitter hashtag #RESPublicLecture.

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