School of Economics | Perspectives on Adam Smith: A Symposium
To mark the tercentenary of the birth of Adam Smith, the School of Economics at the University of Sydney will be holding a Symposium: Perspectives on Adam Smith on Friday 26 May from 2.00pm – 5.30 pm.
The symposium is being held in conjunction with two other events at the University of Sydney to mark the tercentenary: Adam Smith at 300: a Public Lecture by Professor Tony Aspromourgos (Friday 16 June 2023) and a public lecture by Sir John Kay (more details to come on this event). The latter event is part of a series of lectures by international authors across the globe as part of the year-long celebration by the University of Glasgow to celebrate the tercentenary.
The symposium will feature the following contributions:
|Professor Tony Aspromourgos||Economics, University of Sydney||The Invisible Hand Revisited|
|Dr Matthew Smith||Economics, University of Sydney||Adam Smith on Growth and Economic Development|
|Professor Andreas Ortmann||Economics, University of New South Wales||Reading Smith Through the Conceptual Lenses of Game Theory|
|Professor Lisa Hill||Politics, University of Adelaide||Adam Smith’s New Science of Welfare and Happiness|
A passcode to download session papers will be supplied on Friday 26 May
Enquiries may be directed to Associate Professor Graham White firstname.lastname@example.org.