Monday, 2 July 2012

ECONOMICS FOR REAL PEOPLE: “It will be interesting”

I just received “a quick note” from our friends at the Auckland Uni Economics Group to say that, although they are now on holiday (when are students not on holidays?) there is still a meeting tonight.
Where: Room 215, Level 2, Business School Building
Date: Tonight - July 2, 2012
Time: 6pm
The topic, they say, is yet to be decided, “but it will be interesting.”
Look forward to seeing you there.

PS: Next week’s meeting is an evening of Ten-Minute Talks—an opportunity for students, non-students and regular, run-of-the-mill enthusiasts for economics and/or economic history to deliver and then host discussion on a ten-minute presentation on an area of their choice within economics and/or economic history.  (Contact Riko Stevens at if you’d like to present a Ten-Minute Talk yourself.)

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