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Economic Harmonies Part III: – Making the World Harmonious

Hello All,

 
First off: We have changed our meetings to Mondays at 6pm, due to there being a lot of other events on Thursdays.
 

This week we continue looking at the Economic Harmonies:

 

-> Remember how economics teaches us The General Gain From the Existence of Others?

-> Remember how the Division of Labour makes us all more productive?–How Comparative Advantage and the Pyramid of Ability show us we all have a place in production.

-> How trade raises the value of everything–Remember the Double Thank You Moment.

-> And remember the Miracle of Breakfast?–and how “Paris Gets Fed.”

 

Well, this week we look at the foundations which the very existence of all of the these miracles, and all of the Economic Harmonies we’ve talked about, rest upon.

 

Date: Monday, 23rd April

Time: 6pm

Where: Seminar Room 219, Level 2, Business School Building

 

Come along this Monday to continue your exploration of economics, and hear about these very special six things.

 
We look forward to seeing you there.
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  1. Rosie
    April 22, 2012 at 9:51 am

    Hey! Stumbled across this and thought you might be interested in the guest lecture at this Amnesty event: https://www.facebook.com/events/434848396529248/ 🙂

    • April 23, 2012 at 10:47 am

      Hi Rosie,

      Thank you for the heads-up. Someone has already posted your event on our Facebook page.

      Cheers,

      Riko

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