Wednesday, 13 March 2013


Here’s the update for this Thursday’s econ session from our friends at the Auckland Uni Economics Group:

Hi all,
This week we’ll be talking about the most prevalent fallacy in economics, which (when committed) leads to the biggest economic errors, and (when spotted) starts you thinking like a real economist.
We’re talking about what is seen and what is not seen—most popularly known as The Broken Window Fallacy.
       Date: Thursday, March 14
       Time: 6pm-7pm
       Location: Case Room 3, Level Zero, Auckland University Business School, Grafton Rd, Auckland
As always, all are welcome to attend.
Look forward to seeing you there.

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