Glenn Loury, Merton P. Soltz Professor of Social Sciences, Professor of Economics and Public International Affairs, delivered the 10th Annual Arrow Lecture at Columbia University on December 4. Arrow, 1972 Nobel laureate in Economics who died earlier this year, earned his doctorate at Columbia in 1951. Loury's talk was titled "Persistent racial inequality in the U.S.: an economic theorist's account."
Please join us on Wednesday, October 10 at 4pm for the Bernard I. Fain Lecture titled “How Inequality Harms the Wealthy”, delivered by Robert H. Frank, the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and Professor of Economics at Cornell University. The event will be held at 85 Waterman Street, Room 130 and is co-sponsored by the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Wealth and Inequality Project, the Department of Economics, and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. The Fain Lecture honors the memory of Bernard I. Fain, a member of the Brown University class of 1952.