Phil Mullan is an economist and businessman. He has published on the economics of ageing (The Imaginary Time Bomb: why an ageing population is not a social problem, IB Tauris, 2000), and lectures in economics and business affairs. He is writing a book on The Limits of Muddling Along: why trying to save the economy is destroying our future
He has been Business Transformation Director at Easynet Group plc since early 2011. For the two years prior he served as UK Managing Director and held other group positions since 2006.
Phil has a business background in publishing and from 1996 to 2002 was Chief Executive of Cyberia, the internet services and training company, which opened the world’s first internet cafe in London in 1994. He was a Non-Executive Director of Easynet from1996 to January 2006, joining the board just before Easynet went public.
Saturday 1 November 2008, 11.30am Lecture Theatre 1
China and India: catching up with the West?
Saturday 12 July 2008, 4.15pm Norton Rose LLP
Is China the economic saviour of the 21st century?
Saturday 1 November 2008, 1.15pm Upper Gulbenkian Gallery
The credit crunch demystified
"...invigorating, absorbing, and highly educative - delicious and nourishing food for thought..."
Prof AC Grayling, philosopher