Boston Symposium on Economics:
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|As human beings, we are natural problem solvers.
The power of economics as a social, scientific study
is vast, as it has the capability of solving problems
that we humans will be faced with for generations
to come. The Boston Symposium on Economics
will feature 3 distinguished Professors from the
Boston area speaking from their own experience
and research on how the application of economics
and the science of decision making can have the
power to improve the human condition and change
the world for the better.
The speakers and topics are as follows:
Manufactured Consent - Professor Noam Chomsky; MIT
Game Theory and Climate Change - Professor Rory Smead; Northeastern University
It's the Money, Stupid! - Professor Alan Dyer; Northeastern University
Doors open at 6:00 P.M.
Monday, February 27, 2012 6:30 PM ET
|Curry Student Center Ballroom
|Presented by NU Econ Society
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