Friday 03th November 2023
Location: The Set Theatre, John St.
Traditional economic theories view the economy through the lens of physics with hard and fast laws, but what is the economy behaves far more like biology, adapting adjusting, and mutating as it goes. Evolutionary economics contends that the economy doesn’t so much grow; rather it evolves.
Evolutionary economics sees the economy as an interrelated complex organism, governed by human behaviour, by irrationality, not rationality. Is it the coming force in economics offering a far more realistic way of seeing the world? Don’t miss this cutting-edge discussion on the very soul of modern economics.
Leah Rose Downey, David McWilliams, Rory Sutherland