A message from Philosophy Club:
Hope everyone enjoyed the summer break. In the first session for the Autumn series we may well explore what led us to a global financial crises or individual greed and collective poverty. This month’s guest speaker Andy Denis will discuss his philosophy on ‘individual behaviour and collective outcomes’.
When: Wednesday the 18th September @ 7pm.
Where: Camden Head – in Angel (2 Camden Walk, N18DY)
Andy Denis Biog:
Dr Denis worked for the Economist Intelligence Unit in the 1980s and joined City University Business School in 1990 as a researcher in financial development, moving to the Economics Department in 1991.He gained his PhD in 2002 with a thesis on “Collective and Individual Rationality”. His research interests are in the history and philosophy of economics, and he has published on Adam Smith, Keynes, Hayek, Malthus, the methodology of the Austrian School of Economics and the concept of equilibrium in neoclassical economics.In 2009 he guest edited a special issue of the International Review of Economics Education on pluralism in the teaching of economics.Dr Denis has recently been elected a member of the ESHET (European Society of the History of Economic Thought) Council.
This month’s session was coordinated by Albert Van Hoek and the philosophy club team of organisers.