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Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) Society

The Queen’s Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) Society, founded in 2010, is a student-founded and student-run society that offers students a unique opportunity to engage with other students with an interest in these three interrelated disciplines. Members are by no means limited to those taking the PPE degree. We are both an academic and a social society. We put on annual social events, and regularly co-operate with the other societies in the School, for example in the organising of the School Formal. Further, we aim to provide a space for students to gain information about what opportunities they can avail of after their time at Queen's, and thus provide a space where students, staff members, and potential employers a forum for engagement and networking. 

Another aim we have as a society is to provide students with an access to academic content that goes beyond what is studied in modules, and further, to make this content available as widely as possible. Some of the talks we have held can be accessed on YouTube: 

Dr Andrew Baker - 'What Kind of Crisis?' Four Underlying Problems of Anglo Liberal Capitalism and their Implications for Northern Ireland

Dr John Barry - Economics as Myth, Economics as Power: Why Modern Economics Has Failed and How to Fix It

Dr Dan Bulley - Occupy Everything? Resistance and Hospitality in Occupy London

To keep up to date with what we’re doing, you can follow us on Twitter,' Like’ us on Facebook, or check out our YouTube channel:

http://www.facebook.com/qubppe

http://www.twitter.com/qubppe

http://www.youtube.com/qubppe

Alternatively - if you have any questions or if you'd like to get involved in any way, you can email us at ppe@qub.ac.uk

The PPE Society Executive for the academic year 2013-14 is as follows:
President: Sam Donaldson
Vice-President: Ryan Jones
Secretary: Conor Conneally
Treasurer: Conal Browne
Public Relations Officer: Niamh McDade
1st Year Representative(s): TBC
2nd Year Representative: Jonathan Mahon
3rd Year Representative: Tori Watson