Adam Smith Lecture Series: Branko Milanovic
The Adam Smith Lecture Series sits at the heart of the Panmure House programme of activities. These exclusive events bring world-leading economic thinkers, practitioners and Nobel Laureates back to the birthplace of modern economics. The general public are able to attend this event by registering for the livestream.
Lights of Caledonia: John Campbell OBE
This series of events is designed to celebrate Scotland’s intellectual and cultural contributions to the world, aptly delivered from the final home of Adam Smith, the father of modern economics. At this event, we welcome John Campbell OBE. John, known as Campbell, will discuss the life and influence of one of the most extraordinary figures of British political history in the early 20th Century, Edinburgh-born Richard Burdon Haldane, Viscount Haldane of Cloan. Chaired by Professor Adam Dixon, Adam Smith Chair in Sustainable Capitalism, the session will be followed by a stimulating Q+A session to a live audience in the Lecture Room of Panmure House. Register for ballot tickets here.
Artificial Intelligence and the Wealth of Nations: A conversation with James Whittaker
Join us for an Edinburgh Business School event hosted at Panmure House. Are we prepared for the AI revolution? Businesses, governments, and individuals are just beginning to see the possibilities of AI to enhance human productivity and accelerate innovation. To make sense of the AI revolution, Adam Dixon will sit down for a conversation with noted technologist and AI pioneer James Whittaker.
Doors Open Day: A celebration of Smith’s Library
Explore Panmure House in the heart of Edinburgh this April as we celebrate Smith’s first major published work, The Theory of Moral Sentiments, and invite you to explore our recently unveiled Smith Library Restoration. Not normally open to the public, this is a rare chance to tour Panmure House, the final remaining home of Adam Smith.