In a collaborative effort, the Smith Soc chapters at Chicago Booth and Northwestern Kellogg teamed up on May 23rd to host noted statistician and author Uri Bram for a reception and talk about the real world applications of statistical research.
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.
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On Thursday evening in San Francisco's Financial District, The Adam Smith Society's professional chapters closed out a busy opening month to a fall season packed with events. The San Francisco Professional Chapter welcomed Katie Biber Chen, the general counsel of sharing economy rising star Thumbtack.
The Boston Professional Chapter Summer Reception was held on Tuesday, July 12. The program featured a panel on Tech and Venture Capital - sectors that are undergoing growth and are also a part of the Boston-area business landscape.
The panelists included both established and rising leaders in both sectors: Robert White of Bain Capital and Harvard Business School; Christina Bechhold of Empire Angels; and John Ho of AnzuPartners. The panel was moderated by Josh Lerner, a Professor at Harvard Business School.
The Cornell Johnson School of Management Smith Soc chapter partnered with the Cornell Energy Club to sponsor a panel discussion entitled, The Impact of Innovation on the Energy Industry.
Manhattan Institute Fellow Robert Bryce was a guest of the UT Austin McCombs Chapter on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11. He was part of a moderated discussion about the current state of the energy industry and energy policy. Bryce's latest book, Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper was published in 2014.
The Wake Forest chapter of Smith Soc hosted a three-way debate and discussion on sweat shops, entitled "Sweatshops: Improving Lives and Economic Growth". The panel featured three participants: