What, me worry? Bob Evans asks this and other fundamental questions about economic growth and resource scarcity at the 2013 Gideon Rosenbluth Memorial Lecture in a presentation about “Dismal Science, Cheerful Practitioners, and the Limits to Economic Faith”.
Dr. Bob Evans, Professor Emeritus at UBC and founding member of the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, is an internationally-esteemed health economist whom has received numerous accolades, including the Order of Canada.
The Vancouver School of Economics is co-sponsoring the lecture with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Click here for more information. To register, please go to https://rosenbluthlecture.eventbrite.ca
About Gideon Rosenbluth
Gideon Rosenbluth was a long-time research associate with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and a highly respected member of the UBC economics program, and the economics community in Canada and around the world. His rigorous approach to scholarship and community involvement was guided by his commitment to social justice. Among his many roles, he was president of the Canadian Association of University Teachers and president of the Canadian Economics Association. In honour of Gideon, CCPA and the Vancouver School of Economics are pleased to host the annual Gideon Rosenbluth Memorial Lecture.