google-site-verification: google27d592b2362523c4.html skip to primary navigationskip to content

Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Studying at Cambridge

 

Denman Lecture Series

About

The lecture series was established in 1979, and named after Donald Denman, the founder of Land Economy. It has hosted over 20 leading academics from around the world, speaking on topics across the built and natural environment, economics and planning. Speakers have included Patsy Healey OBE FBA, Kym Anderson, David Pearce OBE, Sir Kenneth Alexander FRSE, and David Harvey FBA.

Sponsorship

The Denman Lecture series is kindly supported by Savills and The Howard Group.

savills

Past Lectures

1979 J.F. Garner

Environmental impact statements in the United States and Britain link

1980 J. Marquand

Measuring the effects and costs of regional incentives policy link

1981 J.D. Steward

The dilemma of central-local relation link

1982 J.P.W.B Mc Auslan

Law, market and plan in the 1980’s link

1983 J. Kay

The future of local government finance link

1984 K. Alexander

Rural renewal experience in the Highlands and Islands link

1985 D. Harvey

Money. Time, space and the city link

1986 E. Lampard

The City in History

1987 D.W. Pearce

Economic values and the natural environment link

1988 M. Grant

Forty years of planning control: the case for the defence link

1989 L.S. Burns

Home ownership: For better or worse, for richer or poorer link

1990 A. Evans

Rabbit hutches on postage stamps: economics, planning and development in the 1990’s link

1991B. Millan

European integration and the future of the regions link

1992 K. Anderson

Agricultural policies, land use and the environment link

1993 D. R. Mandelker

Environmental policy: the next generation link

1994 J. Banham

The future of English Local Government

1995 P. Healey

Collaborative strategy making for urban regions link

1996 P. Hall

The people – where will they go? link

1997 F. Reynolds

Environment and economy in the new millennium link

1998 D.W. Bromley

Transitions to a new political economy: law and economics reconsidered link

2014 F. Reynolds

The Case for Beauty

2015 F. Bourguignon

The Globalization of Inequality