In this week’s seminar we’ll be looking at an economic idea developed by an eighteenth-century Scotsman that changed course of history. An uncomplicated idea presented through a simple story with history-making implications.
What was the story? And what can this sixteenth-century Scotsman teach both modern-day Peruvian hill tribes and today’s economists?
We’ll see that this idea provides the foundation for the whole field of economics and can be used to help us answer almost all questions related to economics.
Date: Thursday, March 20
Location: Room 040B, Level Zero, Owen G. Glenn, Business School
We look forward to seeing you there.