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02/15/2004 1:00 PM KresgeNoam Chomsky, Institute Professor, MITDescription: Chomsky launches a savage, two-pronged assault on national economic policies and efforts at "global domination€.By now the stakes are so high that issues of sur...
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10/23/2003 6:30 PM E25-111Lester Thurow, HM, Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Professor of Economics and ManagementDescription: Economists and geologists have something in common. Geologists can trace the San Andreas Fault in chalk and tell ...
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04/23/2003 3:00 PM 3-442Chuck Collins, co-founder and Program Director of United for a Fair Economy and Responsible WealthDescription: In this talk, Collins discusses the economic impact of the (then) proposed and (now) passed into law B...
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06/07/2003 10:00 AM WongRobert Gibbons, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Organizational Economics and Strategy; Description: Robert Gibbons' field is organizational design and performance. He specializes in the idea of relational, or un...
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06/07/2003 9:00 AM KresgeLawrence Vale, SM '88, Professor and Head of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT School of Architecture and PlanningDescription: Vale provides a historical overview of public housing in America and ...
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01/23/2002, 5:00 PM, E51-345 Olivier Blanchard Ricardo Caballero Roberto Rigobon Three members of the Economics Department came together for a discussion on where the world economy appears to be going, and the potential implicati...
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01/11/2002, 11:00 AM, E51-345 Globalization is for the first time being hit by a global economic hard landing. What happens to globalization in the process? What should one expect to see when it comes to a recovery? How do companies an...
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This talk was given on May 5, 2009 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series - Abstract - As US energy challenges mount, the public and political debate continues to demonstrate disturbing misunderstandings of both the problems and potential s...
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