We are now only about three weeks away from the next Capitalism & Morality seminar.
If you haven’t yet registered, do consider it. You don’t want to miss this event. Cost: CAD140 (~US$105).This price is now valid for a only a few days more.
Saturday, 29th July 2017
7:30 to 7:55am: Registration and coffee
7:55 to 8am: Introduction by Jayant Bhandari
8 to 8:30am: “Why Punishments and Rewards Model a Hypocritical Morality to Children, and What to do Instead,” by Dayna Martin
8:30 to 9:30am: “Climate-change Activism: an Attack on Western Civilization,” by Prof. Ian Plimer
9:30 to 10:30am: “A Search for a Moral Theory,” by Jan Narveson
10:30 to 11am: Coffee
11 to 12noon: “My Experiences of Establishing and Losing Significant Businesses in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Kyrgyzstan: Why do these Countries Stay Perennially Poor?” by Rakesh Wadhwa
12 to 12:20am: “Drain the Swamp? You Bet!” by Bob Hoye
12:20 to 12:40pm: “Why I Don’t Recycle: the Economics of Guilt,” by Albert Lu
12:40 to 1pm: “The Drive to Understand How My Mind Works,” by Rajni Bala
1 to 2pm: Lunch
2 to 2:30pm: “How Images Educate or Manipulate You,” Jennifer Shanse
2:30 to 2:50 pm: “Robin Hood: Libertarian Hero or Socialist Thug?” by Adrian Day
2:50 to 3:50pm: “Migrants, and the Future of the West,” by Doug Casey
3:50 to 4:00pm: Coffee
4:00 to 4:30pm: “America’s Unwinnable and Never-Ending Wars,” by Mickey Fulp
4:30 to 4:50pm: “How Emerging Really are Emerging Markets?” by Jayant Bhandari
4:50 to 5:40pm: “Water, the Coming Collective Catastrophe,” by Rick Rule
5:40 to 6pm: Closing
Event Rooms 1300-1500
Segal Graduate School of Business
500 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 1W6
(This is an independent event, not affiliated with the School)
Price for a limited period:
C$140 for individuals; C$82 for those under 25 year old.
(If you are under 25 years old, please contact us for a link to pay C$82)
Linked here are video recordings of earlier year seminars.
Please register before all seats are gone.