Professors Michael Anderson and Graeme Roy will speak at the David Hume Institute on “Scotland’s Populations”. They will address how our demographics have shaped our country, and the challenges they present in the future.
Professor Michael Anderson is Emeritus Professor of Economic History, University of Edinburgh, and an expert on Scottish demography. Last year, Oxford University Press published ‘Scotland's Populations: from the 1850s to Today’, which explores population growth and decline, rural settlement and depopulation, and migration and emigration.
Professor Graeme Roy is Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute and Head of Economics at the University of Strathclyde. Prior to joining Strathclyde University he was head of the First Minister’s Policy Unit.
The event will start at 6.00pm and be followed by a wine reception at 7.30pm.
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