Next Thursday 9 December, the Royal Dutch Economic Association (KVS) will discuss the current state of its focus on economics in research and practice in an online discussion session, streamed from the Hybrid learning theatre at the Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam. Central in this discussion is the question how to make Economics future proof. Four generations of economists, including Eric van Damme (Tilburg University), Pieter Gautier (VU Amsterdam), Giorgia Romagnoli (University of Amsterdam) en Alexander Singh (BSc student at the University of Amsterdam) will contribute to this discussion.
Alexander Singh (BSc student, University of Amsterdam)
How to make Economics future proof? Currently, Economics is subject to various criticisms:
In the KVS event, we will explore the following questions:
We will give the floor to four generations of economists. They will talk about their experience as an economist and explain what they believe is important to make economics future proof.
If you are a KVS-member, please send an e-mail to email@example.com;
For non-KVS members, please register trough the link below.
Upon registration you will receive a confirmation by email. A few days before the event you will receive the meeting link by email.