Saturday December 7, 2019

Varoufakis heading for Kilkenomics

Former Greek minister for finance minister set for economics festival

4th October, 2015
David McWilliams will host Kilkenomics

Former Greek minister for finance Yanis Varoufakis on Thursday, playwright and satirist Gerry Stembridge talking about the economics of marriage on Friday, and a conversation on the business of sex on Saturday from Shawna Scott – the sixth year of Kilkenomics, the world’s biggest comedy and economics festival, looks set to attract a wide range of attendees.

Along with high profile speakers such as Varoufakis, this year’s programme includes Jeremy Corbyn’s economic adviser...

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