In the media.

With such prominent speakers featuring at each year's Summit, it comes as no surprise that we have previously been reported in many leading publications. Here are some examples of our extensive media coverage. 


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  1. Reuters - Diary - Top Economic Events to March 23 

  2. Reuters - Yemen Islamist Party Suspends membership of Nobel laureate Karman. Aziz El Yaakoubi and Sami Aboudi

  3. Independent - UK has responsibility for Yemen crisis after exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia, Nobel laureate says. Shehab Khan

  4. Business Insider - Yemen Islamist Party Suspends membership of Nobel laureate Karman. Aziz El Yaakoubi and Sami Aboudi

  5. US News - Yemen Islamist Party Suspends membership of Nobel laureate Karman. Aziz El Yaakoubi and Sami Aboudi

  6. La Repubblica- Laurence Tubiana: sulle politiche climatiche l'Ue non fa abbastanza. Giulio Colazzo

  7. La Repubblica - Weidmann: il Regno Unito fa ancora in tempo a ripensarci. Giulio Colazzo

  8. EU News - Per Joseph Muscat l'austerità è la causa dei problemi economici dell'eurozona. Giulio Colazzo

  9. EU News- Monti: la posizione dell'Italia in Europa non cambierà dopo le elezioni. Giulio Colazzo

  10. Maghreb Emergent - Yemen: Tawakkol Karman suspendue par son parti apres avoir accuse l'Arabie saoudite et les Emirats de se comporter en occupants. Jean-Stephane Brosse

  11. The New Arab - Saudis are occupiers, says Yemen's first female Nobel laureate Tawakkol Karman

  12. Ahram Online - Yemen Islamist party suspends membership of Nobel laureate Tawakkol Karman. Aziz El Yaakoubi and Sami Aboudi

  13. Arab Times - Saudis down missile - Iran accused

  14. The Daily Star (Lebanon) - Air raid hits, destroys Yemen criminal investigative unit

  15. Telegraph (India) - Saudi slur backlash on Nobel laureate

  16. IOL - Yemeni Nobel Prize winner Karman suspended


  1. The Independent - Warwick’s international Economics Summit, led entirely by students, praised by former Italian PM Enrico Letta for being ‘modern and creative’. Shehab Khan


  1. CNBC - Diary - Top economic events to February 20th


  1. The Telegraph - Debt crisis: as it happened February 17, 2012.
    Adam Posen

  2. Bloomberg - Posen Says He's 'Comfortable' With Bank of England's Inflation Forecasts. Adam Posen

  3. Reuters - BoE's monetary policy on the right track: Posen. Adam Posen

  4. PRLOG - University of Warwick gears up for the eleventh Warwick Economics Summit

  5. The Student Journals - Ten years on, the Warwick Economics Summit shows no signs of recession

  6. The Gateway - Reaching the Summit


  1. Reuters - Significant uncertainty' about fiscal policy under Trump: Fed's Fischer. Helen Reid and Abhinav Ramnarayan

  2. Wall Street Journal - Fed’s Fischer Issues Warning on Bank Capital Requirements. Jason Douglas

  3. Bloomberg - Fischer Says Fed Focused on Goals Amid Trump Policy Uncertainty. Lucy Meakin and Christopher Condon

  4. Forbes - Fed's Fischer Forecasts That Trump Admin's Fiscal Policy Will Have No Effect At All. Tim Worstall

  5. CNBC - Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer cites 'significant uncertainty' about fiscal policy under Trump

  6. MarketWatch - Significant uncertainty’ about fiscal policy under Trump, says Fed’s Fischer. Rachel Koning Beals

  7. Central Banking - Fed’s Fischer: econometric models are still flawed

  8. Reuters España - Fed: La incertidumbre sobre la política fiscal con Trump es "significativa"


  1. Wall Street Journal - ECB’S Constâncio: QE Criticisms Not Well-Founded. Jason Douglas

  2. Reuters - Greece needs political deal with Europe to stop deposit outflows: Constancio. Jemima Kelly

  3. Reuters - ECB warns of market froth, insufficient grip on shadow banks. Jemima Kelly

  4. ECB - Financial stability risks, monetary policy and the need for macro-prudential policy

  5. Le Monde - The ECD worries about the hyper growth of shadow finance

  6. FXStreet - Macro-prudential policies are key to cope with systemic risk – ECB’s Constancio

  7. Ofgem - Dermot Nolan at Warwick Economics Summit


  1. NASDAQ - UN Trade Official Is Skeptical US, EU Can Ink Trade Pact in Two Years. Supachai Panitchpakdi

  2. Reuters - BoE's Weale says does not favour nominal GDP target switch.
    Martin Weale

  3. The Wall Street Journal - A Weak Pound and the Concept of Fairness.
    Martin Weale

  4. Forex Factory - The balance of payments - speech by Martin Weale

  5. Bank of England - News Release - The Balance of Payments - speech by Martin Weale. Martin Weale

  6. Digital Look - Bonds: Italian yields climb as election nears. Martin Weale

  7. Global Post - Sterling may need to weaken further, says Bank of England's Weale

  8. The Telegraph - Exports can lead UK back to growth, says BoE's Martin Weale

  9. The Financial Times - MPC member sees 'no rebalancing progress. Martin Weale

  10. Bloomberg Businessweek - Pound Fall to Seven-Month Low as Weale Says Drop May Be Helpful. Martin Weale

  11. Bloomberg Businessweek - Weale Says U.K. Exporters May See More Benefit From Pound. Martin Weale

  12. The Financial Times - Investors turn their backs on sterling

  13. The Telegraph - Sterling strikes seven-month low amid calls for further weakness. Martin Weale

  14. BBC News - Pound continues to weaken against dollar and euro. Martin Weale

  15. The Times - Martin Weale says falling pound may be only cure for the deficit. Martin Weale

  16. Bloomberg - U.K.s Cable Asks BOE to Improve Lending Program for Companies. Vince Cable

  17. Business Report - Pound falls to seven-month low. Martin Weale

  18. Harvard Gazette - Student to attend Warwick Economics Summit


  1. BBC - My QE is your Currency War (is someone else's revolution).
    Paul Mason

  2. Economics in Action - Warwick Economics Summit 2011

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