The Smith Soc chapter at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business hosted a debate on trade issues on Monday, March 27. Manhattan Institiue fellow Oren Cass and John K. Veroneau, a partner at Covington & Burling LLP. The debate was hosted by Georgetown professor J. Bradford Jensen.
The Smith Soc chapter at the MIT Sloan School of Management hosted noted conservative intellectual and policy expert Yuval Levin on Thursday, March 16, for a wide-ranging discussion centering on health care reform.
Our professional chapters have tapped three foreign policy experts to comment on issues from cyber security to trade to immigration.
Smith Soc Treks, the Adam Smith Society's ongoing series of weekend-long, destination-based seminars, opened our Spring 2017 program this past weekend. From March 9th through 12th, a select group of Smith Soc student and professional members met with experts in the field of health care policy. With a program entitled, "Rebooting Health Care," the Treks series embraced a timely topic: discussions recently began in Congress and in the media over the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA).
Our chapter at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business welcomed alumnus David Booth for a dinner on Thursday evening. Thanks to Mr. Booth for an enlightening discussion of entrepreneurship, business leadership, the benefits of the free market, and the dangers of crony capitalism. There was also an informal Q&A with chapter members.