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Soros invites millions of youth to rethink jobless economics

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Click above to find where to register for the most important million youth network open education and open society has yet linked in. All our childrens futures depend on taking back economics so that it invests in next generations jobs out of every place. Something that my father debated since 1972 as quite possible if we designed open society systems entrepreneurially around the net generations access to million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to the moon in the 1960s. WE needed open system designs- grounded round life critical miucrofranchsie services that can be replicated across communities with corresponding crises in job,s hunger, lack of clean energy, food security locally, lack of banking for the poor, open society and cross-cultural peace depends on community out of every global village. Come help millions of youth to map how to connect everything that needs man's biggest systems to value the whole truth of nature's integrated deigns celebrating bottom-up diversity

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Soros Young Scholars Initiatives (YSI) - sample of events http://ineteconomics.org/ysi/events

 

Hamburg, Germany | November 22-24, 2013
European PEP Conference 2013
Supported by a Young Scholar Event Grant

A conference organized by students from the University of Hamburg to confront the challenges posed by interdisciplinary sciences in general and those that are uniquely pertinent to students in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PEP) programs in particular. 

Foz do Iguazu, Brazil | December 8-10, 2013
YSI Workshop @ 41st Brazilian Economics Meeting

A three-day workshop which gives PhD students the opportunity to present and discuss their research work in a collaborative environment, plus a mini course taught by Nelson Barbosa Lance Taylor. Application deadline is August 12

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 Paris, France | January 6-10, 2014
Winter School on Law and Finance

A four-day intensive course to familiarize students, postdocs, and young researchers with theories about the relation between law and finance, including new theoretical approaches such as the Legal Theory of Finance (LTF). Application deadline is November 18.

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Finance and the Welfare of Nations

Time: September 27, 2013 all day
Location: San Francisco Federal Reserve

 

Finance and the Welfare of Nations 
September 27, 2013
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Institute for New Economic Thinking 

PROGRAM

0815-0845 Breakfast

0900-0945 Session 1
David Scharfstein and Robin Greenwood (Harvard Business School)
“The Growth of Finance”
Discussant: Bradford DeLong (UC Berkeley)

0945-1030 Session 2
Ariell Reshef (Virginia) and Thomas Philippon (NYU-Stern)
“An International Look at the Growth of Modern Finance”
Discussant: Charles Jones (Stanford GSB)

1030-1045 Coffee

1045-1130 Session 3
Andrea Eisfeldt (UCLA)
“The Financial Soundness of U.S. Firms 1926–2011: Financial Frictions and the Business Cycle”
Discussant: Jonathan Rose (Federal Reserve Board)

1130-1215 Session 4
Ross Levine (UC Berkeley-Haas)
“Finance and the Welfare of Children”
Discussant: Gregory Clark (UC Davis)

1215-130 Lunch

130-215 Session 5
Atif Mian (Princeton)
“Household Credit Channel of Monetary Policy”
Discussant: Reuven Glick (SF Fed)

215-300 Session 6
Maurice Obstfeld (UC Berkeley)
“Finance at Center Stage: Some Lessons of the Euro Crisis”
Discussant: Giovanni dell'Arricia (IMF)

300-345 Session 7
Steve Cecchetti (BIS)
“Reassessing the Impact of Finance on Growth”
Discussant: Barry Eichengreen (UC Berkeley)

345-400 Coffee

400-445 Session 8
Thorsten Beck (Tilburg)
“Financial Innovation: The Bright and the Dark Sides”
Discussant: Sylvain Leduc (SF Fed)

445-530 Session 9
Alan M. Taylor (UC Davis), Òscar Jordà (SF Fed/UC Davis),
Moritz Schularick (Bonn)
“Sovereigns versus Banks: Crises, Causes and Consequences”
Discussant: Aaron Tornell (UCLA)

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Break
630 Cocktails
700 Dinner and Keynote speech

Lord Adair Turner (INET, former Chairman of the UK FSA)
Introduction: Robert Johnson (INET)

Past Events

Trento, Italy | May 29 - June 2, 2013
YSI @ Trento Festival of Economics

Young scholar workshops and lectures by Institute scholars, organized in cooperation with the Festival of Economics and the University of Trento.

Hong Kong, China | April 2-6, 2013
YSI @ Changing of the Guard Conference

A three-day workshop that gives PhD students the opportunity to present and discuss their research work in a collaborative environment, plus lectures by Philip Mirowski, Edward Nik-Khah, Darren Homrighausen, and Daniel J. McDonald. A special YSI program that runs parallel to the main conference.

Waterloo, Canada | November 15-17, 2012
YSI Workshop @ False Dichotomies Conference

PhD-level mini courses on inequality and financial instability with lectures by Peter Skott, Roberto Veneziani, Steven Fazzari, and Blake LeBaron.

Berlin, Germany | April 12-15, 2012
YSI @ Paradigm Lost

Full access to all program activities and conference lunches/dinners for a select group of students, and special program -- the YSI Commons -- for hundreds of young scholars next door.

 

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