economist and business manager; author, Creative Destruction: How to start an economic renaissance
Phil Mullan combines business management with research and writing, primarily on economic topics. He is the author of Creative Destruction: How to start an economic renaissance (Policy Press, 2017), and The Imaginary Time Bomb: Why an Ageing Population is not a Social Problem (IB Tauris, 2000).
In business, he is working currently as a consultant, having completed eight years in senior management roles with Easynet Global Services, an international communications services company. Previously Phil had been chief executive of the internet services and training company Cybercafé Ltd, which had opened the world’s first internet cafe, Cyberia, in London in 1994.
Saturday 21 October, 12:30 National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EW
How can we revive the Scottish economy?
Saturday 28 October, 10:00 Frobisher 1-3
Rebooting Britain: industrial strategy for the 21st century
Sunday 29 October, 16:00 Cinema 1
Battle 2017 Lecture: how do we create an economic renaissance?
Wednesday 29 November, 17:30 Lecture Theatre 8, Said Business School, Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP
Battle for the Economy: Universal Basic Income: Workfare or Freedom?