The Becker Brown Bag Series was created to provide an informal setting in which prominent economists can present cutting-edge research and engage MBA students in discussion. The talks highlight the practical use of economics for answering real-world questions pertinent to businesses and policy makers.
While the Becker Brown Bag Series is directed towards current MBA students, alumni, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend. Brown Bags occur one to two times a quarter, with most events being held at Chicago Booth's Charles M. Harper Center. Lunch is provided at all of the events and no registration is necessary.
Visit the archive for a listing of previous Becker Brown Bag events.
The Price Theory Initiative regularly organizes or participates in research conferences designed to draw together scholars to present and discuss new work. One notable event was the Inaugural Initiative on Chicago Price Theory Conference held in 2006.
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